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Just the opposite of "safety"

On the issue of safety, it's the liberals here who are causing the pain and misery.

The truth is that this Planned Parenthood "comprehensive sex" approach doesn't work. In the long run, when you give out condoms and tell kids that "safer sex" will protect you, more kids get diseases and pregnancies, not fewer. It's essentially telling kids to play Russian Roulette.

And worse, these are authority figures giving kids the message that they don't have to have self-control or be responsible. Everyone knows that condoms are available in any drug store. If, in the eyes of the liberals, kids are too "irresponsible" to buy them, they are too irresponsible to use them. It simply doesn't work.

Mass Resistance, Mass Resistance 56 Comments [12/26/2010 3:41:59 PM]
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This just in, informing teens about seat belts and how to properly use them causes more accidents.

12/26/2010 3:47:32 PM



Just the opposite of "safety"

On the issue of safety, it's the liberals here who are causing the pain and misery.

The truth is that this Planned Parenthood "comprehensive driving" approach doesn't work. In the long run, when you require seat belts and tell kids that "defensive driving" will protect you, more kids get auto accidents, not fewer. It's essentially telling kids to play Russian Roulette.

Support Driving Abstinence!

EDIT: ^ Hey, dude. You ninja’d my idea! :-P

12/26/2010 3:47:58 PM

fuzzyrocks

Actually, in places where safe sex is taught instead of abstinence only, the teen pregnancy rate is lower. In fact, the teen prego rate is lower now in America than it was in the good ol 1950's.

12/26/2010 3:55:14 PM

dionysus

I'm so fucking sick of absolutely everything being divided into liberal and conservative here in the US. Can we not have one fucking issue where people don't dismiss merely on the basis of it being labeled either liberal or conservative? Isn't there anything that we can simply go for the more effective answer? In this case, safe sex has a statistically significant advantage over abstinence. No "liberalism", just straight numbers.

12/26/2010 4:14:03 PM

WMDKitty

Funny, because places with comprehensive sex-ed and easy access to contraceptives have LOWER rates of disease, pregnancy, AND ABORTION than, say... the Bible Belt.

12/26/2010 4:37:36 PM

LDM

@dionysus

Not as long as conservatives insist on slapping the "liberal" label on every opinion not their own.


12/26/2010 4:45:29 PM

dionysus

@LDM

Not as long as conservatives insist on slapping the "liberal" label on every opinion not their own.

And the biggest (or at least the most influential) offender is Fox "News" and other extreme right pundits.

12/26/2010 4:59:52 PM

Grigadil

"The truth is that this Planned Parenthood "comprehensive sex" approach doesn't work. In the long run, when you give out condoms and tell kids that "safer sex" will protect you, more kids get diseases and pregnancies, not fewer." [citation fucking needed]

12/26/2010 5:02:47 PM

Papabear

"The truth is that this Planned Parenthood "comprehensive sex" approach doesn't work. In the long run, when you give out condoms and tell kids that "safer sex" will protect you, more kids get diseases and pregnancies, not fewer. It's essentially telling kids to play Russian Roulette."

Your pants are burning.


P.S. I, too, resist the Mass.
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12/26/2010 5:07:55 PM

Brendan Rizzo

Do these people even PAY ATTENTION to the statistics?

12/26/2010 6:24:26 PM

Ken

They gave us free condoms in college. I don't see why there's a magic line set at 18 below which you are supposed to be sexually pure and naive. Nobody is.

Sex ed should work the same way public school does. It should focus on the needs of the general student body and if parents don't like it, they can freaking home school the way they do when they don't want their kids learning "evilution."

P.S.: Using condoms and contraceptives IS being responsible.

12/26/2010 6:24:45 PM

Old Viking

Please send more information on comprehensive sex.

12/26/2010 6:33:43 PM

John

In the long run, when you give out condoms and tell kids that "safer sex" will protect you, more kids get diseases and pregnancies, not fewer.

This is absolutely false. Kids have sex whether they use condoms or not. The idea that the fear of pregnancy will keep kids celibate is total nonsense.

The teen pregnancy rates in Europe are way below those of the US, and the difference has been traced to the fact that although European kids have just as much sex as American kids, if not more, they use more birth control.

12/26/2010 6:37:27 PM

Mycoid Mike

Then why are the teen pregnancy rates higher in the Bible Belt, where 'abstinence-only' programs predominate?

Typical nonsense from a known anti-gay hate group.

12/26/2010 6:53:57 PM

TGRwulf

WTF? o_O

Okay, if that's true, then explain why:

-Schools that teach abistenence sex ed have higher rates of std's and teen pregnancies than schools that teach all inclusive sex ed

- There are actually HIGHER rates of abistent kids at schools that teach all inclusive sex ed

- The national teen pregnancy is lower than it used to be

- If teens now how to use birth control, then that means less need for abortions

12/26/2010 7:38:05 PM

Alencon

The irresponsibility here is not educating young adults as to the realities of sex. I might also point out that the "comprehensive sex EDUCATION" approach is the only one that HAS been demonstrated to work.

12/26/2010 7:49:23 PM



"Everyone knows that condoms are available in any drug store."
Everyone except sheltered Christian teenagers who get abstinence-only "sex-ed." Since they don't know how to protect themselves, they fuck each other, end up pregnant, and then the Bible Belt ends up with the highest teen pregnancy rate in the country. Fucktard.

12/26/2010 8:04:08 PM

rubber chicken

I don't get it, isn't Christianity based on the idea that virgins can get preganent

12/26/2010 8:28:12 PM

Berny

You retards don't have a clue do you? Why is it that pretty much everywhere in the world where you teach proper sex ed, including the correct use of contraceptives, teen pregnancies are down?
Where are they highest, do you ask? In the fucking Bible Belt of the United States where kids are taught abstinence only.
Yah. That works.

12/26/2010 9:28:59 PM

Churchy LaFemme

You know, if kids were taught in that "comprehensive sex education" that there are other forms of "sex" than intercourse, it would also help reduce pregnancy, with or without condoms.

12/26/2010 9:49:10 PM



However, doing it with no protection whatsoever, like in the fifties, it´s an ammulet against them. Please(note, there are now fewer pregnancies and STDs than 50 years before, not more)

12/26/2010 11:14:44 PM

Swede

You have to have self-control and responsibility, in order to purchase and use contraceptives, stupid!

Citation needed for your figures on higher rates of stds and pregnancies with condoms, than without.

12/27/2010 12:52:34 AM

The_L

The ironic thing is that comprehensive sex ed also encourages abstinence. "No glove, no love" and all that.

And yes, if you can't be bothered even to buy a cheap piece of latex beforehand, you're too irresponsible to be having sex. Condoms, as you've pointed out, are cheaply and widely available.

12/27/2010 4:04:37 AM

Canadia

You've an interesting definition of 'truth'.

12/27/2010 4:20:06 AM



Did it ever cross your mind that buying condoms would be awkward for a middle schooler?

12/27/2010 5:10:35 AM
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