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Lee Bright PP South Atlantic2 ppYesterday, Planned Parenthood South Atlantic sent this email out to their South Carolina network bragging about working for seven years with public health organizations to pass legislation mandating the HPV vaccine. Planned Parenthood is angry at Sen. Lee Bright for holding up the vote on the vaccine and they are demanding action.

Indeed, the Planned Parenthood Network (includes Sexual Rights advocates) has been very involved for decades in such collaborations to control public health policies in South Carolina.

The Planned Parenthood Network has worked with federal and state agencies, nonprofits, and foundations that advocate for Sexual Rights to thwart state law. They also lobby SC legislators to mandate “safe sex-only” education in the schools and to censor optimal public health messages regarding the benefits of marriage and delaying sex until marriage, as state law requires.

So, in the spirit of transparency…we have ten questions:

  1. Who are these “public health organizations?”
  2. Were these meetings between public and private agencies opened to the public, as the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requires?
  3. Are the meetings FOIA-able, so that we can know which state agencies and employees participated? Were they taped?
  4. If state agency employees were involved, did they meet on the taxpayers dime?
  5. Do these public health organizations include the State Alliance for Adolescent Sexual Health (SAASH), housed at SC DHEC?
  6. Is Maternal and Child Health at U.S. Health and Human Services involved?
  7. What about Advocates for Youth, the lead author of the so-called and unapproved National Sexuality Education Standards? (Common Core for Sex Ed)
  8. Was SIECUS (Sexuality Information Education Council of the U.S.) involved? SIECUS is a spin-off of Planned Parenthood in charge of pushing Sexuality Education programs and curricula to school districts.
    1. Coincidentally, seven years ago SIECUS bragged in their 2009 Annual Report (page 23) about working “with colleagues and state government officials to change the state Board of Education’s policies on sex education.
    2. “Then they lied by saying…”As a result of this work, middle schools throughout the state are now required to deliver some form of sex education that addresses contraception. To be sure, this is far from perfect, but gradualism is how change comes on these issues in the state and we are working consistently and strategically to ensure that there is forward movement.” The lie is that middle schools are not required to teach contraception, but only at the approval of the local school board. This is an intimidation tactic used to strong arm school districts into teaching minors condoms-only sex ed!
  9. Did the meetings involve the SC Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy, a nonprofit that trains public school teachers exclusively in Planned Parenthood/SIECUS sex programs with federal and state funding? None of their programs teach about marriage or the skills to abstain from sexual activity.
  10. Is New Morning Foundation and their social media component TellThemSC.org included as players? They will be bombard legislators next week (3.16.16) with propaganda to promote their Sexual Rights Agenda in the schools.

We appreciate Planned Parenthood’s transparency. Now everyone knows that they are behind the vicious attacks on Sen. Lee Bright and anyone else that believes in teaching students medically accurate information about HPV. Information that HPV is not caught like the common cold. That HPV is an STD spread skin-to-skin outside the protection of a condom. And, that abstaining from all sexual activity is the very best way to avoid all STDs. Tell the entire truth about what HPV is, how it is spread, and all of consequences.

Students deserve to know the medically accurate facts.

Charleston, SC: Making Proud Choices! is Back

 

Making Condoms FunMaking Proud Choices!, one of the most sexually explicit Planned Parenthood Sex Curricula in the nation is back for approval in the school district. Making Proud Choices! for 11-13 year old minors is promoted as an “Evidence-Based Safer-Sex Approach to Teen Pregnancy, STDs and HIV.” However, it does not teach abstinence from all sexual activity. In fact, abstinence is taught as “avoiding unprotected sex.”

Opting out of sex ed does little to protect students from pornographic content. Their peers will repeat or text (sext) what they have learned and/or they will be ostracized as “those prudes” who are not cool with learning how to have fun and pleasurable sex. Unless masses of parents opt out, no one cares. Even then, it won’t really change the bureaucracy in charge.

Making Proud Choices! has nothing to do with promoting health. It is about promoting sex. It does little to protect your child from STDs…

Think about it! Using condoms is counter-intuitive. A boy must have an erection in order to put a condom on. By that time, he is too stimulated to remember all of the steps to correctly and consistently use a condom.

Making Proud Choices! is a popular Comprehensive Sex Ed curriculum that goes far beyond teaching the methods, pros and cons, of contraception. It is about grooming students for sex, by creating neural pathways while their adolescent brains are rapidly developing. It is the typical age for sex and porn addiction.

The Sexual Rights Cartel in South Carolina has worked overtime to get Making Proud Choices! approved. They are part of the much larger National Coalition to Support Sexuality Education which controls sex ed at the local, state and federal levels using your tax money and your children to advance their agenda.

The Charleston County School District’s so-called Health Advisory Committee will vote as early as next week to approve Making Proud Choices! as the only available program in the district for 11-13 year old middle school students. Similar efforts failed two years ago, but the Sexual Rights Cartel is back with a vengeance using a new committee stacked with advocates or those ignorant of the real content. All 13-members are handpicked by the Sexual Rights Cartel.

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The following lesson is from Making Proud Choices! and should be a wake-up call for any parent or taxpayer.

Making Proud Choices! does not teach reproduction, abstinence, or the benefits of marriage. It is all about promoting sex under the guise of STD prevention by teaching fun ways to use condoms.

Making Proud Choices!: “HOW TO MAKE CONDOMS FUN AND PLEASURABLE” 6th Grade & Middle School Activity B Procedure for Teachers (p.150)

Rational: “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.”

Teachers are told to “Add the following ideas to the list if they were not already mentioned by the participants.”

“Sex is more fun when condoms are used because…

-You can use condoms as a method of foreplay.

-You can think up sexual fantasy using condoms.

-You can act sexy/sensual when putting condoms on.

-You can hide one on your body and ask your partner to find it.

-You can tease each other sexually while putting on the condom.

-You can have fun putting one on your partner while pretending you are different people or in different situations.

-You feel more relaxed and can really enjoy yourself.

-Condoms make erections last longer.

 

Is it any wonder that students cannot read, write, or understand math, science and history?

Do you really think the Sexual Rights Cartel in schools will get sex education right?

61% Decline in SC Teen Pregnancy Rates!

Who knewTeen Pregnancy Rates in South Carolina have dramatically decreased since abstinence-until-marriage programs were integrated into the state’s public schools in 1995.

Until then, teen pregnancy rates were at an all-time high due to HIV Condoms-Only programs that had saturated the state.

Coincidentally, Heritage Keepers®, a non-profit established in 1995 and the first statewide recipient of Title V, Section 510 Abstinence-Until-Marriage funding under Welfare Reform (1996), was implemented and continues to be the most effective abstinence-until-marriage program in the state, and the nation.

SC Teen Pregnancy Picture

(Pregnancy rates are defined as “the estimated number of the sum of live births, abortions, and fetal deaths.” Therefore, regardless of the outcome of the pregnancy, rates have decreased drastically.)

The Planned Parenthood Sex Ed Network, and the complicit media, certainly do not want you to know this and, in fact, they are taking credit for all drops in national teen pregnancy rates, even for the almost 75% of teens (15-17) who have not had sex! (CDC)

Using CDC’s own data, if only a fraction of the 25% of teens (15-17) nationally, who are currently sexually active used condoms, or birth control, then it stands to reason that the pregnancy rates would decrease.

But, there is no way the amazing decreases in teen pregnancies nationally would, or could, be primarily due to contraception!

imagesCA4NUD1CIt is a matter of common sense and biology, that not having sex (abstinence) is the best way to decrease pregnancies and it is by far the safest method. Teens are absolutely capable and willing to abstain if they are given the medically accurate, age appropriate information that they need and the skills to set high standards for their behavior.

Certified Heritage Keepers® Educators have taught in schools that also provide condoms-only programs. Those so-called “safe sex” programs have never deterred the staff at Heritage Keepers®, who believe that, regardless of sexual history or sexual orientation, every student deserves to know the benefits of marriage, the benefits of abstinence-until-marriage, and to learn the skills to achieve their goals.

This is why a year after the Heritage Keepers® program, students abstain at a rate 3 times greater than students not receiving the program. Even when students are being exposed to Sexual Foreplay programs in the same schools! Students know the difference between real abstinence and counterfeit abstinence programs.

Students who are abstaining, or want to abstain, feel validated in their decisions just by knowing that Heritage Keepers® is in their school and community! And, teens, who learn that they can have real control over their lives, want to avoid the sexual pressures in their culture, and escape the DRAMA, poverty and shattered dreams that sex outside of marriage can bring.

Heritage Keepers® continues to be the ONLY Abstinence-Until-Marriage Education program on the US HHS list of proven effective Evidence-based programs. It continues to be the ONLY proven effective Teen Pregnancy Prevention Program listed that changes teen attitudes and behavior regarding abstinence until marriage.

Don’t be fooled by imitation Abstinence Education programs! If the programs in your schools and community do not promote marriage and abstinence until marriage, they are not teaching boundaries and neuro-science tells us that teens need boundaries for healthy brain development and to reach their potential.

Abstinence-Until-Marriage programs, when implemented effectively by educators who believe in what they are teaching, can and will reduce teen pregnancies and that means fewer single teen moms struggling to make ends meet.

For the already drained taxpayers, it means fewer reasons for lawmakers to increase taxes to support these fragile families. 

South Carolina has a long way to go to aleviate poverty due to out-of-wedlock births, but teen pregnancy rates (15-17) are going in the right direction.

Check out Heritage Keepers® today so that your state, your church’s youth group, and your community can also get on the right road to success.