Charleston, SC: The Horns Come Out!

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Mary S. McLellan, MS, SRAS ~ Sexual Risk Avoidance Specialist

mens-scary-devil-horns-long-halloween-fancy-dress-9748-pLast week, the Charleston County School District had the audacity to protect the innocence of middle school students from the Sexual Rights Agenda. They voted unanimously to REJECT the Appendix to Making A Difference!, a Comprehensive Sex Education curriculum. The Board said that the Appendix contained inappropriate information for students in middle school.

 

Maybe it’s Halloween, but all Hell has broken loose! The horns are out from every Sexual Rights organization in and outside of South Carolina. How dare the school district defy them! The Sexual Rights Cartel is livid and won’t stop until parents and taxpayers tell them to shut-up and keep their hands off of children!

Who are these Sexual Rights organizations in SC demanding that minors learn how to have so-called “safe sex?” According to the media buzz, they are Women’s Rights & Empowerment Network – a new organization established by New Morning Foundation/Tell Them SCFlorence Crittenton, and Charleston County Teen Pregnancy Prevention Council, which is part of the SC Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy. They all work in concert with the media: Post & Courier, Charleston Currents, and the National Coalition to Support Sexuality Education to promote the Sexual Rights Agenda through taxpayer supported government infrastructure.

The so-called “revised” Making A Difference! curriculum has not been evaluated for effectiveness and it is doubtful that it is any different or better from the original 1998 version. The original version was never evaluated in a school based setting. Even then…

“The study did not find any statistically significant program impacts on rates of sexual intercourse for adolescents who were sexually experienced at baseline, or on frequency of sexual intercourse, condom use, or unprotected sexual intercourse for the full sample. The study found no statistically significant program impacts for the follow-ups conducted six and 12 months after the program ended.”

Making A Difference! is touted as an “abstinence” program, but the title tells the true story: “Making A Difference!” An Abstinence Approach to Prevent STDs, HIV and Teen Pregnancy.” It is not an authentic abstinence education program because appropriate boundaries for sex, such as commitment, monogamy and marriage, are not discussed. Without boundaries anything is permissible! The term “abstinence approach” is often used to deceive school districts, teachers, parents and taxpayers into thinking that they are supporting an effective sex ed program.

Read more articles about Making A Difference! at ExposeSexEdNow.com.

Why is this program not age appropriate? Middle school students are typically 11-13 years old. They are minors, which means that they are legally incapable of consenting to sex. Laws are written to protect minors from sexual predators or anyone that would make them vulnerable to enticement into sexual activities. This is a very serious matter in our culture.

Charleston County School Board is more than justified in nixing the Making A Difference! Appendix. It includes information about sexual orientation (which is a violation of state law), inaccurate and misleading information about the effectiveness of condoms, and ambiguous language about the definition of abstinence. It also suggests that sexual foreplay is an appropriate alternative to intercourse, and it normalizes sexual relationships for minors.

Judge for yourself! Here are just a few examples found in the Making A Difference! Appendix:

  • Pg. 222-225. Role Plays about Gay, Lesbian, and Bisexual relationships.
  • Pg. 228 #9. (True) or False. “Anyone who has unprotected sex or shares needles can get HIV.”
    • While this is technically a true statement, it is also true that ‘Anyone who has protected sex (condoms) can get HIV.’ People still get HIV, even when using a condom. Condoms do not make sex safe enough.
    • Adolescents are primarily concrete thinkers and their brains have not developed to the point of higher abstract and critical thinking. Most adolescents (11-13) will not notice the discrepancies in their statement, which implies that using a condom is ‘just about’ as safe as abstinence.
  • Pg. 229
    • #16. Implies that condoms are 100% effective at preventing HIV transmission.  This is medically inaccurate, in fact fraudulent, information. Condoms can only reduce the risk of HIV infection.
    • Pg. 229, #20. Suggests sexual foreplay ideas and defines all of the listed behaviors as “sexual behaviors.”
      • Legal minors are asked to select 3 “sexual behaviors” that will not exchange bodily fluids.
      • Avoiding bodily fluids is not the only danger of having sex. This activity implies that sex is OK as long as bodily fluids are not transmitted.
      • 11-13 year old minors are legally incapable of consenting to sex. To normalize sex for minors makes educators complicit in contributing to the delinquency of a minor.
    • 252. The definition of abstinence is inadequate, misleading, and narrowly focused only on sexual intercourse.
      • In Making A Difference!, as well as in most Comprehensive Sex Education programs, abstinence is often defined as “not engaging in sexual intercourse of any type (oral, anal or vaginal).” This definition allows for sexual foreplay, which can transmit STDs, and often leads to sexual intercourse.
      • The medically accurate and age appropriate definition for abstinence is “not engaging in any sexual activity of any type, including oral, anal or vaginal.

The Sexual Rights Cartel has exposed their horns. They are not interested in protecting kids. They only want access to them.

Write the Charleston County School Board today and tell them thank-you for protecting the innocence of children. They need support from parents for this decision.

RECALL: “Making A Difference!”

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by Mary S. McLellan, MS, SRAS ~ Sexual Risk Avoidance Specialist

massive-recall-for-takata-airbags1-791x445 Would you let your child’s life depend on an unreliable product that claims to only Reduce the Risks of harm? READ the research on “Making A Difference!” before you allow your child to take this course in middle school.

 

Back in 1998, the research design for “Making A Difference!” was considered strong and still, those results from a single study showed that the program only delayed sex for 3 months, in a small sample of 11-13 year old African American urban students, who – had NOT had sex.

However, at the 6 and 12 month evaluation, there was no impact on sexual initiation, sex, condom use, or unprotected sex. NO IMPACT!

“The study found that three months after the program ended, adolescents participating in the intervention who were sexually inexperienced at baseline were significantly less likely to report having had sexual intercourse in the previous 3 months. The study did not find any statistically significant program impacts on rates of sexual intercourse for adolescents who were sexually experienced at baseline, or on frequency of sexual intercourse, condom use, or unprotected sexual intercourse for the full sample. The study found no statistically significant program impacts for the follow-ups conducted six and 12 months after the program ended.”

This 18 year old program had only been evaluated ONCE; there were no replication studies to show that the same thing could happen again. (This is shoddy research.) Why was it deemed an Evidence-based Teen Pregnancy Prevention Program and put on the US Health and Human Services’ and CDC’s list to push in public schools?

“Making A Difference!” has been promoted in public schools for eighteen years!

“Making A Difference!” has NEVER been officially evaluated in a school setting, but only in after-school and community settings (poor inner city minorities.) YET, it is widely used to teach all minors in school settings. Again, shoddy research and application!

“Making A Difference!” is touted as an “abstinence education program,” but uses the term “abstinence-approach” to fool school districts into thinking they have a proven effective abstinence education program.

An authentic Evidence-based Abstinence/Sexual Risk Avoidance Education program sets clear boundaries to avoid all sexual activity. Boundaries such as commitment, monogamy, and marriage. However, “Making A Difference!” does not set boundaries for how long the minor child is to delay sex. They teach…When you feel ready for sex. That could be today – right after school, this weekend, prom night, etc.

“”Making A Difference!” is an Abstinence Approach to Prevention of STDs, HIV and Teen Pregnancy is an eight module curriculum that provides young adolescents with the knowledge, confidence, and skills necessary to reduce their risk of sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), HIV, and pregnancy by abstaining from sex. The curriculum is designed for middle school youth and is delivered by trained facilitators.”

“Making A Difference” is written by the Jemmotts, the same authors who wrote “Making Proud Choices!” and “Be Proud! Be Responsible.” They used a Sexual Risk Reduction approach, rather than a Sexual Risk Avoidance approach. Several of the Jemmott sex programs are advocated by Planned Parenthood, SIECUS, and other Sexual Rights Groups.

Sexual Risk Reduction means that as long as “protection” is used (condoms, birth control, alternative sex) then sex can be safe. Really? Is this what minors, who legally cannot consent to sex, need to hear? How has that been working for us over the past 20 years?

For more information, check out other articles on these programs at ExposeSexEdNow.com.

The Sexual Rights Cash Cow

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by Mary S. McLellan, MS, SRAS ~ Sexual Risk Avoidance Specialist

 

cow-cashHave you ever felt queasy about those sex programs in your child’s school or health clinic? Maybe you feel that your child is too young to know about oral, anal, and vaginal sex, and how lube can make sex more fun…but you say nothing.

Besides, all of the other parents are letting strangers teach their children about sex, so why shouldn’t you?

Or, maybe you caved, because Educrats and Sexperts have convinced you that they know better than you what is best for your child?

Your gut is right and you should have trusted it! Some of the Teen Pregnancy Prevention Programs promoted and funded with your tax dollars were re-evaluated over the past five years and FAILED miserably. Buried in the HHS website is the evidence that these programs fared no better than general health classes at reducing teen sex or increasing condom use. In fact, some of the programs increased teen sex and pregnancies!

Thanks to Ascend CEO Valerie Huber, these evaluations released in July 2016 are exposed in this press release. Ascend is the only credentialing organization in the U.S. that trains professionals in Sexual Risk Avoidance (SRA), a public health model for optimal ascend-infographic-on-csesexual health. You can read more in Obama’s promiscuous sex-ed program a failure. Also, click on the Infographic (right) for a quick look or here for a more detailed summary of the findings.

Parents must find out if these failed Comprehensive Sexuality Education (CSE) programs are still in their schools and community organizations: Carrera Program (Children’s Aid Society), Cuidate, It’s Your Game: Keep It Real, PHAT! Abstinence-Only Intervention (Promoting Health Among Teens), Reducing the Risk, Safer Sex, Seventeen Days, Teen Outreach Program, and BART (Becoming A Responsible Teen).

We need a massive recall of these programs!

Don’t be duped by so-called “adaptations” of old or failed programs. Adaptations are simply a slick move by HHS to revamp the same failed sex programs without evaluating them. If the core is rotten, the entire product is disgusting!

While, most of the HHS Teen Pregnancy Prevention Programs are a scam, there is one exception. Heritage Keepers® Abstinence Education is the only authentic Sexual Risk Avoidance program that has been proven effective at increasing abstinence among teens. Heritage Keepers® promotes abstinence-outside-of-marriage. After one year, Heritage Keepers® students initiated sexual activity at a rate that is 67% lower than students not receiving the program.

Today, we have generations of indoctrinated millennials and those younger who think that aberrant sexual lifestyles are the norm. They have been taught that everyone, regardless of age, has the right to sex, as long as they have consent.

Really? Sexual predators groom their victims to consent to sex.

American parents must wake up. You have been used and abused by the Sexual Rights Agenda. You are their Cash Cow. They have taken your money, your children, and your marriages.

Now, they want to take away your future.

 

First Ladies of Africa Push Back!

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taxdollarsatworkWhat does “reproductive health” mean to you? To the US and the United Nations (UN), “reproductive health” means unlimited access to abortion. The baby’s health – and life – are not important.  Abortion is the solution to all human problems and it must be normalized to the entire world.

 

Abortion is often introduced through Comprehensive Sexuality Education (CSE) by Sexual Rights Groups. Pro-life advocates need to pay attention to CSE, because it has indoctrinated generations into the Sexual Rights culture. (Find Member Organizations of the National Coalition to Support Sexuality Education in the US)

The UN continues its push for abortion rights in Africa under the guise of CSE, which only promotes condoms and contraception. Advocates are careful not to mention abortion, but lay the foundation for it by addressing forced marriages, female mutilation, and sexual violence against girls.

The Center for Family and Human Rights (C-Fam) posted an article entitled UN Agencies Enlist African First Ladies to Sanitize “Reproductive Health” and Sex Ed, which reveals that many of the First Ladies are not deceived about the US/UN’s agenda to destroy their families through sexuality education.

In fact, several first ladies used the opportunity to speak positively about the family and African culture and tradition, both of which are frequently characterized at the UN as barriers to sexual and reproductive rights.  The First Lady of Burkina Faso quoted the Universal Declaration of Human Rights description of the family as “the natural and fundamental group unit of society,” while the First Lady of Namibia referred to traditional practices as “the glue that keeps our societies together.”

The First Lady of Nigeria stressed the importance for adolescent girls of understanding the balance of freedom and responsibility, especially in the context of sex education, which she said must teach about the “dangers of indulgence and licentious behavior and the importance of abstinence and self-control.”

While abortion is illegal in many African nations, the UN is relentless in normalizing it as the only solution to all of Africa’s problems. The First Lady of Namibia called out the UN, and the US government, for pushing their “one size fits all” agenda onto African nations.

Why does the US and United Nations persist in their subversive takeover of other nations with their Sexual Rights ideologies? How far will the United Nations Population Fund and the International Planned Parenthood Federation go to normalize deviant sexual practices that violate the values of other nations?

As far as the voters and taxpayers will allow it.