Beware!!! Just because a sex education program claims to teach “abstinence-first” or be “abstinence-based” does not make it so.
The Planned Parenthood/SIECUS Networks in SC, NC, TX, HI, AZ, KS, NY, FL, WA, CA, OH, OR etc. are teaching “Making Proud Choices!” (or it’s little brother: Pono Choices!) in public schools and claim that it promotes abstinence. This is what Comprehensive Sex Education looks like. It is Sexual Foreplay Education designed to alter your child’s developing brain.
“Making Proud Choices!” (MPC) does not teach middle school students (11-13 year olds MINORS) about MARRIAGE, so where is the context for sex? Until you want to?
Without MARRIAGE as the context for sex, there are no boundaries for sex.
MORE MPC FACTS:
- Cover page: MPC never claims to be abstinence program. It is a “Safer-Sex Approach to Teen Pregnancy, STDs & HIV.” Yet, advocates will tell school districts and parents that it is an abstinence-first program.
- MPC is listed on the Planned Parenthood website for sex ed curricula. It has been in many states for decades under the guise of Comprehensive Sex Education. Other programs also listed and in our schools are Making A Difference, Safer Choices and Be Proud, Be Responsible, It’s Your Game. Keep it Real and Teen Outreach Program.
- MPC is not about teaching students to abstain and it does not mention marriage as the healthiest context for sexual activity. By definition, MPC teaches students how to engage in so-called “Safe” Sexual Foreplay and Sexual Intercourse.
- Dictionary Definition of Foreplay: sexual stimulation of one’s partner, usually as a prelude to sexual intercourse.
- “Foreplay” is even mentioned on page 150. See page above.
MPC on page 149:
- MPC teaches more than sexual foreplay. Here MPC is teaching students that sexual intercourse is encouraged and expected.
- Discussions about relaxation and how to keep an erection. All of the following is high risk for transmitting STDs.
- What the girl (YOUR DAUGHTER/GRANDDAUGHTER) should do. Encouraging girls to be participate in “sexual arousal, rolling condom on, intercourse, orgasm, holding onto rim, removing condom and relaxation. She can also buy condoms and have them ready.”
- If the boy “loses his erection after putting on a condom and before intercourse…have partner take off condom, continue playing and stimulating on another, relax, and enjoy the fun. After awhile, put a new condom on as part of the play.”
- Teacher says, “Remember and practice these steps so that you can make a proud choice and use condoms every time you have sex.”
MPC. Pg. 150-153 How to Make Condoms Fun and Pleasurable
MPC has nothing to do with encouraging abstinence. It has everything to do with encouraging students to experiment with sex.
- Page 150 Rationale: “Helping participants see how they can make condom use fun and pleasurable for themselves and their partners encourages consistent use and a sense of pride and responsibility.”
- Introduces foreplay activities. (150)
- Techniques for sexual foreplay with condoms (151) These activities are high risk for transmitting STDs skin to skin.
- Encouraging seductive sex talk between minors. Joking about the sexual activities. Sex is just a recreational sport.
- All about EMPHASIZING fun and pleasure. (151)
- Pg. 152 #7 & 8: Teaching students how to be spontaneous. This is the OPPOSITE of teaching self-control, abstinence, and avoiding situations that are risky for sexual activity.“No need to wait”
“Eroticize condom use with partner. (Make it sexy)”
- After this lesson, the sex teacher is supposed to read this summary found on pg. 153. Remember, these are minors or very young teens in your schools.
“Once you and your partner both agree to use condoms, do something positive and fun.
Go to the store together. Buy lots of different brands and colors.
Plan a special day when you can experiment. Just talking about how you’ll use all of those condoms can be a turn on. Remember, the proud and responsible thing to do it to always use latex condoms if you have sex.”