Parents, take the “Predictors of Sexual Risks” Survey!

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The Sexual Rights Networks do not want you to know that there is an Evidence-based Abstinence-Until-Marriage Education curriculum approved for Teen Pregnancy Prevention and listed on the US Health and Human Services website.

Heritage Keepers is celebrating their 20th Anniversary! The following is reprinted with permission from the Healthy Family Formation Coalition, a social media component of Heritage Community Services:

 Parents, take the “Predictors of Sexual Risks” Survey!

Is your pre-teen/teen at risk for sexual activity, pornography, unhealthy relationships, and/or dangerous liaisons?

 Do they lack goals for the future and feel like they have few options?

Check all of the following behaviors that your adolescent/teen exhibits. 

My adolescent/teen: 

  1. Hangs-out with kids who drink alcohol, use drugs or tobacco.
  2. Seems depressed and lonely.
  3. Is home without parents for long periods of time.
  4. Has few/no rules about phone use.
  5. Watches too many shows or plays video games that have sexual content.
  6. Does not understand the differences between love, lust and infatuation.
  7. Only, feels good about themselves when they are in a relationship.
  8. Hangs out or has friends that I do not know.
  9. Likes to take risks and thinks he/she is invincible.
  10. Seems to view sex as “just sex,” or as a recreational activity.
  11. Does not have personal or career goals for the future.
  12. Spends too much time on entertainment, games, internet, and on social media/networking sites.
  13. Already drinks alcohol, uses drugs and/or tobacco.
  14. Identifies with a group, pack, gang, or clique rather than with family or as a unique person.
  15. Has a computer, phone, or other mobile devices in their bedroom.
  16. Does not have a curfew or rules that must be followed.
  17. Goes to a school where students talk openly about sexual activities.
  18. Is so attached to their friends and/or social media that they are depressed without them/it.
  19. Does not see marriage and family in their future.
  20. Is crushed or deeply hurt if their peer group laughs or ridicules them about clothing, rules, etc.
  21. Seems desperate to have a girlfriend or boyfriend.
  22. Gives in to peer pressure easily.
  23. Thinks that everyone their age is having sex.
  24. Thinks that using contraception justifies having sex.
  25. Has electronic devices that lack pornography filters.
  26. Posts provocative pictures or sexual content (sexting) to the internet.
  27. Thinks that couples who are not having sex are old-fashioned or weird.
  28. Intends to have sex after graduation or to “get it over with” so that they can tell their friends.
  29. Thinks that oral sex and anal sex are safe.
  30. Believes that sex has no impact on emotions.
  31. Does not believe it is valuable to wait until marriage before having sex.
  32. Believes that “serious” dating relationships justify having sex.
  33. Talks about sex proving popularity or maturity or desirability.
  34. Cannot verbalize why abstinence is a healthy choice for himself/herself.
  35. Lack confidence in their ability to abstain.
  36. Thinks that sex is a good way to show a dating partner love.
  37. Believes that sexually transmitted diseases do not exist in his/her school or community.
  38. Has sexually active friends.
  39. Is only interested in dating someone older or younger.
  40. Prioritizes dating relationships over educational or household responsibilities.

 

What are Predictors of Sexual Activity?

Through more than twenty years of reviewing surveys of more than 650,000 students across the USA, Central America and Russia, Dr. Stan Weed of the Institute for Research and Evaluation has identified statistically significant predictors of whether a young person is likely to abstain or initiate sex.

If your teen exhibits any of the above statements, they may be more likely to initiate early sexual activity than someone who does not.

 It is important for parents to understand these Predictors of Sexual Activity and be able address them as they talk to their teen about sex and their intentions to abstain. While many predictors cannot be easily changed, these predictors are subject to your influence and if you are not doing the influencing, you may be assured that someone else – in school, through the media, or in your teen’s peer group – is!

 The Heritage Keepers® Abstinence-Until-Marriage Education program is designed around these scientifically derived Predictors of Sexual Activity. This means that every Certified Heritage Keepers® Educator has been trained to positively influence these Predictors in every lesson that they teach.

This is why the Heritage Keepers® program works to increase abstinence! It is also the ONLY Abstinence-Until-Marriage Education Curriculum listed by US Health and Human Services as an Evidence-based Teen Pregnancy Prevention Program!

 After one year, Heritage Keepers® students abstain at a rate 3 times that of non-program students!

In SC, Heritage Community Services conducts FREE workshops to introduce the program, provide resources, and inform participants about how they can be empowered to protect teens from risky behaviors. Each participant or couple receives a copy of our adult training manual entitled Sex, Lies and Hook Ups: A Parent’s Guide to Fighting Back

 Heritage Keepers staff have trained school districts, state health departments, and non-profits to provide their program nationally and internationally. Contact us today about the Heritage Keepers® program!

Open letter to “Live-Tweet Mom”

By now, you have probably heard about the East Lansing, Michigan mother who sat in on abstinence day during her child’s sex ed course. Read here, and here.

She is touted as a “medical professor,” but apparently had plans other than to behave professionally. She violated school rules and live-tweeted her personal opinions about the content which have now gone viral.

Who did she tweet to? Who retweeted her tweets to make them go viral??

Following is an open letter to this mother:

Dear “Live-Tweet Mom,”

It is obvious that you had an agenda other than “concerned mother” when you visited your child’s sex ed class on abstinence day. What did you expect? I feel sad for your child, your partner, and your school district.

It is amazing that the “A” word was even used in a sex ed course! Abstinence is seldom used in Planned Parenthood/SIECUS type sex programs. When the term abstinence is used, it is usually redefined as “avoiding unprotected sex” and then this “new, progressive” definition is repeated a thousand times throughout the course to indoctrinate generations.

No one can verify the facts of this class, not even you. You weren’t there to listen. It was only one day. This is not an abstinence-only course, but an abstinence-only day.

You just outed the Sexual Rights Agenda that is so famous for saying that they do teach abstinence, but they want so-called “safe sex” taught, also. Really?

If an Abstinence Advocate sat in on a Planned Parenthood/SIECUS type sex class such as Making Proud Choices! or Be Proud! Be Responsible! and live-tweeted, do you think it would make national news and go viral?

Of course not!

No one would ever know about the sexual foreplay instructions for 11-13 year-olds showing them how to have “fun,” ”pleasurable,” “erotic,” oral, anal, and vaginal sex with condoms and extra lube. Is this age appropriate?

The Sexual Rights Network would continue to squash all media attempts to report medically accurate information that STDs such as HPV, Herpes, and Syphilis can be spread skin-to-skin, outside the protection of a condom. Holes in condoms are not required!

And, parents would never know that their daughters are trained to pleasure boys and help them regain erections. (Making Proud Choices! for middle schools.)

There would be no media outcry requiring that public schools stop teaching children how to have sex, which is not just a physical act, but involves the emotions and development of the adolescent brain. There would be no calls to protect our children’s brains from the pornography and “hands-on” skills taught in many sex classes today.

Teachers might still be fired or prosecuted for sexual liaisons with our children, but there would be no efforts to actually prevent the grooming of children and teens in our public schools, which sets them up for pregnancies, abortions, exploitation, human sex trafficking, prostitution, and the porn/sex industries.

The media blackout would enable Planned Parenthood, SIECUS, Kinsey Institute, and Advocates for Youth to continue their infrastructure building throughout all taxpayer institutions and the implementation of the National Sexuality Education Standards.

No. If a parent biased towards abstinence education were to live-tweet the pornographic content of today’s sex classes, nothing would happen.

What if schools had cameras in each sex class to provide live feeds and/or send the recordings to parents and taxpayers? Full disclosure and transparency!

Maybe then, parents – who have never known a day without sexual “freedom,” abortions, contraception, STDs, and chaotic family relationships – will also learn what is being taught to their child.

Maybe then, parents would realize that today’s sex ed is not about them. It is about their child’s future health, as well as their grandchildren’s likelihood of growing up in a home with their own parents who are emotionally and mentally capable of providing a safe and stable family environment for them.

This was obviously a setup and you received your moment of fame and fortune, but will your child? What about the other children in this school district?

What messages are they receiving from this fiasco?

Sex Week Cometh

safe_imageBrought to you by Comprehensive (Sex) Health Education and the Planned Parenthood Network in your state. It begins in K4 and progressively indoctrinates your child to accept sexual activity just like they would flossing their teeth.

After almost 40 years of sex without boundaries in our schools, we have families formed chaotically or destroyed, children without fathers, mothers struggling to survive, sexual abuse is the norm, sexual assaults are just a matter of consent, minors told that they can consent to sex “if they like it,” children groomed for sex trafficking, domestic violence, murders in fragile, short term cohabiting relationships that result in custody battles over children, exploding welfare roles and entitlements, porn addicts who can’t make it out of high school, an unskilled and incompetent workforce that demands higher minimum wage to support their lifestyle, and healthcare that is more concerned about killing innocent unborn children than protecting life.

How’s that working for you…?

Read more, or don’t, about Sex Week in Utah here.

“It’s Hard to Stop Ebola?” “Reduce the Risks?”

CDC Ebola 1Are you one of many questioning the CDC’s responses to Ebola? Why does the CDC talk about containment, yet refuse to contain Ebola at its source?

Maybe now you can begin to understand why skeptics at  ExposeSexEdNow! have been baffled by the CDC’s “prevention” methods, especially when it pertains to human behaviors or politically correct protocols.

The CDC does not have a track record for responding adequately to past or current epidemics such as HIV, Gonorrhea, Syphilis, Chlamydia, HPV, nor even the so-called “crises” of pregnancies or population growth.

After 9 months, the US gets hit with Ebola and it now matters?! The CDC and others have had 9 months to plan their responses and it is suspected that they will not let a “crisis go to waste.”

When Tom Frieden, CDC Director said that “It’s hard to stop Ebola” and the CDC is “reducing the risks” of Ebola transmissions it was clear that that they are operating in their default ideological mode.

Not only is the Ebola outbreak revealing CDC’s ideology, it is exposing this same ideology used by their colleagues at US HHS, Planned Parenthood and SIECUS, who are pushing their National Sexuality Standards globally.

“Reducing the Risks” is their MO. This mantra is all over the CDC’s website and has been played out for decades in various scenarios involving the control of human behaviors.

The CDC labels certain risks “acceptable,” especially if they are too politically charged or “hard to stop.”  They ‘throw up their hands,’ proclaim that some risks are “too hard to stop,” and issue superficial instructions to prevent the transmission of the problem.

Concerning screenings for Ebola, checking for fevers at airports, asking if the person has been to West Africa, and “washing your hands” are simply not enough. Do they not know that people will take Tylenol, lie, and not wash their hands?

The CDC continues to prevent STDs and pregnancies through “risk reduction” rather than a “risk avoidance” strategy, as they have since the 80’s. Typical ‘sexual foreplay’ education in US schools includes politically correct, feel good, and after-the-fact prevention methods such as condoms and dental dams, “safe sex,” hormonal birth control, Plan B, abortion, and telling the public that sexual behaviors, especially among teens, are just “too hard to stop.”

Factor in a very powerful and heavily funded Sexual Rights Agenda, that will not allow certain sexual behaviors to be stopped or discouraged, and epidemics happen.

Telling the truth about certain behaviors and mandating strategies to AVOID behaviors that cause the negative consequences is not often part of the CDC’s or the WHO’s public health model.

Nor, does it keep the funding flowing in their direction!

Contrary to the Hollywood narratives, the CDC does not seem to want or know how to adequately quarantine the infected and/or stop the problems at the source.

Maybe that is what our 4,000 military personnel sent to West Africa are supposed to do before they get sick?

Sex Ed: What can I get away with today?

RedYellowGreenLightsWhat are kids learning about avoiding risky behaviors?

Are we teaching them that some risks are worth the consequences?

This is not how prevention  approaches the use of tobacco, drugs, and alcohol. Parents and teachers use every scientific argument known to be directive and adamant about abstaining from these substances and there are laws designed to prevent youth and adults from engaging or promoting such risky behaviors. This approach is the reason that tobacco use among teens has dramatically decreased over the past twenty-years.

Yet, when risky behaviors pertain to sexual activity, parents, teachers, and even law enforcement, become ambivalent and provide wishy-washy guidance, at best, leaving young people exposed to the consequences of sex without boundaries. Why do we shrink back from using every medically accurate, scientific fact to teach our teens and young adults how to abstain and set clear boundaries for appropriate sexual activity?

Why are we, in fact, doing just the opposite?

Many parents tell us that they feel like hypocrites telling their teens to delay sex, even until marriage, because they did not do so. This is exactly how societies go from bad to worse! Adults need to know that this is no longer about them and their sexual history! They have a chance to effect their child’s future. They need to refocus their attention onto what is best for their children and their peers. They need to give them the best sexual health messages, because that’s what most good parents do.

Many Comprehensive Health Ed programs in our schools add-on pregnancy and STD prevention curricula found on the Planned Parenthood website. These curricula teach sexual foreplay techniques with condoms to 11-16 year old teens, under the guise of HIV/STD prevention. Rather than teach clear, protective boundaries, they teach what teens/adults can get away with in our culture. With the clear and unambiguous boundaries of marriage and monogamous life-long fidelity rapidly disappearing from our culture, Sexual Rights have become the predominant message.

However, even with hormonal birth control and condoms, sexual activity still leads to predictable consequences such as pregnancy, disease, and life-long regret. Planned Parenthood, and other abortion services, benefit financially when the inevitable happens. No wonder they push these programs in our schools.

For at least the past three decades, Sex Ed in our schools, military, and colleges has abandoned the science of reproduction, and the medical and social benefits of abstinence and pregnancy prevention. Sex Ed is almost entirely about how to reduce the risks of sex, while still having “erotic, fun, and pleasurable” sex with condoms.

Sex education is an integral part of a worldwide Sexual Rights Agenda that fails to protect the rights of its victims to be really safe and free from harm.

While adults can legally make decisions about their sexual risks, minors and teens cannot, and they deserve legal and social protections from this dangerous agenda and from the adults who indulge in it.

Just two decades ago, military and civilian personnel were effectively trained on sexual harassment using actual court cases, so that they would know the clear boundaries they must follow to stay out of trouble. In recent years, Red, Yellow and Green Light trainings deal with tolerating the sexual behaviors of others and how far a person can go without violating “consent.” Or, how to obtain “consent” without being charged with harassment, sexual abuse or rape.

The lessons taught are about how to avoid the consequences of behavior, not about how to avoid the behavior leading to the consequences. This strategy has never worked for alcohol, drugs, and tobacco use.

Why do we insanely insist that it will work for out-of-bounds sexual activity?

Click on the pictures below. These are very similar sex lessons taught to students, under the guise of HIV Prevention. These sex lessons are known as Red, Yellow and Green Light Activities, found in Making A Difference! (pg. 120) for middle schools and in Be Proud! Be Responsible! (pg. 54) for high schools. Both curricula are produced by Select Media and are provided “FREE” to school districts and “Safe Sex-only” agencies around the nation with Federal and State grants using our tax money.

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The purported goal of these lessons is to encourage the use of condoms (protected sex) while engaging in so-called “safe sex.” All of these activities are openly discussed in class as “safe” or “unsafe” ways to express sexual feelings. The Yellow Light activities are presented as “safe,” as long as condoms are used consistently and correctly at every incidence of sex. Even some of the Green Light activities are suspect, and the Red Light activities are really not off limits, as long as “protection” is used.

Even the CDC has stopped using percent effectiveness of condoms against HIV/STD transmission in their most recent Fact Sheet. They only claim that condoms are “highly effective.” However, condoms are only effective if used consistently and correctly during every act of vaginal sexual intercourse. The CDC warns about anal sex, yet promotes condoms for this activity, especially for gay and bisexual men.

Factor in normal human behavior, and the consequences from engaging in these sexual activities are just a “roll of the dice.” One does not get to choose which consequence(s) – STDs, pregnancy, depression, school failure, suicide, or nothing – they would prefer to endure.

“Better to be safe, than sorry” use to be the prevailing wisdom.

Now it is simply, “What can I get away with!”

This is not wisdom and it protects no one.

Find out if any of these sexual foreplay programs are in your child’s school district: Making A Difference!, Making Proud Choices!, Be Proud! Be Responsible!, Safer Choices, It’s Your Game, Draw the Line/Respect the Line, Teen Outreach Program, and Promoting Health Among Teens.

If you need help, contact us at ExposeSexEd@gmail.com. Let us know what is in your school district. If you don’t know, find out! That’s what good parents do!

 

Final Throes of Transformation?

Obama and PPIn order to get public buy-in for genocide, there had to be mass indoctrination beginning at a very young age. Generations of children had to be Progressively trained to accept the slaughter of the unborn by neutralizing this “product of conception” and viewing its destruction as a good, charitable, and even merciful act.

Once trained to pay for this destruction (taxes/Obamacare) we were hooked.

And so, Planned Parenthood Sex Education was designed and implemented in our public schools, and in many churches, to systematically brainwash generations into separating all sexual activity from the realm of intimacy and procreation to simply another form of entertainment and enlightenment, much like Netflix and Facebook.

Separating the act of sex from life-long commitment, conception, children, parenting, marriage, and family is the means by which the destruction of marriage, family and society and the takeover of whole populations is achieved.

We are in the final throes of this Progressive transformation of America.

Read more: Planned Parenthood: Culture of  Genocide 

Stop the Sexts! Stop the Wrecks!

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What would your teen do if their sex teacher taught them how to “enhance the mood” for sex with condoms by:

  • Using extra lubrication inside and outside the condom,
  • Using different colors and types/textures,
  • Telling their partner that using a condom can make a man last longer,
  • Letting the partner put the condom on the penis,
  • Having a sense of humor and making jokes,
  • Putting lubricant on the tip of the penis to increase sensitivity or use lubricated condoms,
  • Talking about it in advance, and
  • Having condoms open and ready to use?

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 If your teens are allowed to have a phone at school, the above classroom “instructions” would be sexted all over campus within minutes.

 The entire climate of the school is sexualized.

Forget about learning anything else that week!

 After school, kids are sexting each other to “enhance the mood” and practice before you get home from work.  But, don’t worry because the sex teacher also tells them:

  • To only buy condoms that are latex or polyurethane.
  • To not use condoms that are “glow in the dark.” “They are only gag gifts.”
  • That they are not “endorsing sexual activity among teenagers!”

What is the sex program? Making Proud Choices! Module 7 Developing Condom Use Skills, and similar instructions are also in Be Proud! Be Responsible! for High School

Making Proud Choices! is a “Safer-Sex Approach” curriculum and Be Proud! Be Responsible! is an “Evidence-based Intervention.” Neither are abstinence education programs, yet school districts and parents are being told that they are age-appropriate Comprehensive Health Education programs that fulfill their state Law.

Planned Parenthood Sex Ed Advocates are playing with our teens lives. Everyone knows that teens text each a lot, and with 75% of teens saying that their peers text and drive, it is not a stretch to predict that teens are in danger of sexting, driving and having wrecks.

Not only are teens, and their parents, duped into believing that sex can be made safe by engaging in sexual foreplay and intercourse as long as condoms are used, they are being enticed into sexting in order to “enhance the mood” prior to getting it on!

Parents, the only “proud and responsible” thing to do is to kick these Sexual Foreplay programs (Comprehensive Sex Ed) out of your schools!