Fact Check: Teen Sexual Activity Rates

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What percentage of US teens (15-17) are having sex? Most people will say over 50%, if not 75%. They are wrong.

According to CDC data gathered from 2006-2010, almost 75% of US teens (15-17) had not had sex. (73% of females, 72% of males) This means that the sex education (mostly abstinence education) they received in schools across the nation prior to 2011 had a positive impact on their decisions NOT to have sex, even into high school.

CDC 1 in 4 girls have ever had sex

This data also indicated that the TEEN PREGNANCY CRISIS for this age group was, and still is, a media hoax perpetrated by the Planned Parenthood Sex Ed Networks and the Sexual Rights Coalitions to drum up support and funding for more and more sexual foreplay education in our schools.

And, it has worked.

If your state, county or school district has data indicating a higher percentage of students (15-17) are having sex compared to the nation, then you need to ask some questions:

  • Are your schools using failed policies and programs from the 90’s when Federal HIV funding pushed “safe sex-only” programs throughout the nation? Pregnancy rates soared during that decade.
  • Are your schools forced to adopt so-called “new” Progressive policies and programs pushed by these same “safe sex-only” advocacy groups? Many are the same old programs from the 90’s, just wrapped up in prettier packages.
  • Are your students told that they will have sex and the only safe thing to do is practice “safe sex?” This is a lie and students need to know that the majority of teens nationally are not having sex.

According to this CDC data, only 27% of US teens (15-17) were having sex just a few years ago, when abstinence education programs were still funded under the Bush administration. From 2000-2008, many students received medically accurate, age appropriate information about abstinence and marriage in our middle and high schools. Some still do.

Who knew that the CDC data was so strong in favor of abstinence education programs? The consistent mantra from the media was that Federally funded abstinence education programs had failed and that all school age children needed to be taught how to have “safe sex.”

The complicit media and “safe sex” advocates worked with the Obama administration to cancel all Community-Based Abstinence Education grants in 2008, and funnel the funding to “safe sex-only” programs. Since 2008, the sexual rights agenda has ramped up and many school districts across the nation are being forced to implement “safe sex-only” programs and to eliminate all abstinence-until-marriage education programs.

Will the CDC conduct another survey on sexual activity rates from 2010-2014 now that more and more students are being taught how to engage in sexual foreplay, oral, anal, and vaginal “safe sex” in middle and high school?

We hope so, but we are not holding our breaths!

Data on sexual activity rates is important for parents, school administrators, and state legislators to know because research has shown that sexual activity, alone, is an independent predictor of academic achievement. Sexual activity brings extreme drama into a teen’s life that prevents them from doing well in school. This research shows that regardless of contraceptive use, the abstinent teens did much better in school, and were more likely to graduate from high school and pursue further education compared to those students who were sexually active.

Measuring sexual activity rates reveals far more about whether teens are putting themselves at risk for a life of welfare dependency than pregnancy rates or birth rates. Pregnancy rates are no longer accurate because of home pregnancy tests and Plan B. And, birth rates only count those babies that are born ALIVE!

Contraception and abortion have skewed the data on pregnancy rates and birth rates. Therefore, sexual activity rates are the only valid criteria to predict the outcome of today’s sex education.

IF the CDC conducts another national survey on sexual activity, will the results be reported in time to protect this and future generations from the failed policies and “safe sex” programs of the Obama administration?

Let’s hope the CDC does their job, so that we all will know.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sex Ed is Sexual Rights!

gender_equality_means_more_sexToday’s sex education is not about teaching the next generation the benefits of healthy family formation for the good of society. It is about teaching sexual equality, which means – sex and more sex – at any age – for and with anyone or anything one chooses to have sex. And, if babies or chaotic families result, then there are also “solutions” for that.

Otherwise, the Sex Ed programs pushed by the US HHS/Planned Parenthood/SIECUS Networks would include subjects like marriage, importance of mothers and fathers for children, importance of being selective about who one has sex with, and how sex makes babies and creates a family, whether you like it or not.

Oh! You thought Sex Ed did that?

No! A careful review of most Sex Ed programs used in US schools reveals that marriage, (especially heterosexual, and not even gay marriage) is not mentioned as a valid institution to raise children, the science of reproduction is not taught, and babies and STDs are just an unfortunate consequence of sexual freedom and sexual rights.

Sex Ed is about teaching the pleasures of sex and the Sex Ed programs predominately used are about erasing any memory of the institution of marriage and traditional family. They are not even about “tolerating” straight vs. gay marriage. They are about indoctrinating a generation to “tolerate” anything to do with sex. All sex is equal.

Today’s Sex Ed is about destroying marriage as an institution, because healthy marriages produce self-sufficient families, that have enriched and stabilized American society since its founding.

Remember those days?

Statesville, NC: Making Poor Choices?

MPC CurriculumParents, if you have children enrolled in the 9th grade in Statesville-Iredell School District (NC), you need to know that your child (a minor) is targeted with one of the worst Safer Sex/Sexual Foreplay curricula in the nation.

Making Proud Choices!, A Safer-Sex Approach to Teen Pregnancy, STD, & HIV Prevention, is also listed on the Planned Parenthood Sex Education website and is part of the SIECUS agenda to change America one school district at a time.

Making Proud Choices! is on the fast track for approval in your school district either on January 6th or 13th , 2014. This sexually explicit curriculum was tabled by the Board early this month due to questions and concerns. At that time, the Board requested copies of the curriculum and any videos or DVDs that go with it.

To date, none of the School Board members have received copies of anything, yet they are expected to approve Making Proud Choices! next month and then find out what is in it. We have heard of this strategy before: “We have to pass the bill, so that you can find out what is in it.”

Unless you, the parents, say NO! to Making Proud Choices! on January 6th, your child will learn how to:

  • make condoms fun and pleasurable,
  • use condoms as a method of foreplay,
  • act sexy/sensual when putting condoms on,
  • hide condoms on your body and ask your partner to find it,
  • tease each other sexually while putting on a condom,
  • have fun putting one on your partner, while pretending you are different people or in different situations,
  • feel more relaxed and really enjoy yourself, and
  • use condoms to make erections last longer!

This list is from page 150 of Making Proud Choices! in a module entitled “How to Make Condoms Fun and Pleasurable.” While Making Proud Choices! is used as contraception education, in reality it goes beyond contraception instruction to teach minors how to have fun and pleasurable sex so that they will use condoms.

Making Proud Choices is exactly what it says it is, “A Safer-Sex Approach to Teen Pregnancy, STD & HIV Prevention.” It doesn’t even claim to teach middle school students how to abstain from sex, although “abstinence” is mentioned beginning on page 60 and afterwards as a disclaimer in some of the lessons.

To garner support for Making Proud Choices! proponents across the nation have made many impossible promises. (Kinda like the passing of Obamacare.) They promised that they would make the primary focus “abstinence” and the secondary focus “contraception.” There are some real problems with those promises:

  1. They cannot and will not take a sexual foreplay program, and turn it into an “abstinence focused” program? This is a ruse.
  2. The Planned Parenthood Network, which includes SIECUS and the ACLU, wants you to focus on the Abstinence vs. Contraception debate, rather than the Contraception vs. Sexual Foreplay content they are teaching your child.
  3. North Carolina is going in the wrong direction. CDC data indicates that almost 75% of minors nationally have not had sex, so why are we teaching sexual foreplay to 100% of all minors in school districts when they should be focused on academics, sports and being a kid?
  4. Reproductive Health is not taught in this curriculum. This is required under NC Law. Do they not want kids to know about when and where conception takes place?
  5. NC Law requires that abstinence from sexual activity outside of marriage be taught as the expected standard, but Making Proud Choices does not recognize marriage, therefore it cannot teach that marriage is the optimal context for sexual activity.
  6. Family life Education is barely discussed except in the context of how getting pregnancy would affect the parent.
  7. Under Pregnancy Prevention Education, the most effective means of preventing pregnancy, abstinence, is not even mentioned until page 60 as the very last choice. Benefits of condom use are explained but not the risks.
  8. STDs: MPC covers HIV/AIDs but does not promote abstinence as the best strategy to prevent HIV/AIDS. Other STDs such as HPV, Herpes, that are transmitted skin to skin, outside of the area a condom would cover, are barely discussed. HPV is missing from a poster listing STDs.
  9. Students are encouraged to “make proud choices” but discouraged from making “moral choices.”
  10. While NC Law allows for teaching about contraception, it does not appear to allow for teaching pleasurable and fun Safe Sex or Sexual Foreplay in the schools.

Based on the evaluations of Making Proud Choices! listed on the US HHS website, it is a questionable choice for the students of Iredell County, NC. Making Proud Choices! has only been evaluated for community and after school programs, not for school settings – yet it is being used in public schools across the nation! High risk teens that were part of the community and after school programs and already having sex used condoms more often, but virgin teens that had sex after participating in the program, did not use condoms.

How safe is that? I thought that was the whole idea behind teaching ALL children about “safe sex”! So they would be prepared in the heat of the moment!

So, if minors cannot legally consent to sex, why are we allowing US Health and Human Services, Planned Parenthood Zealots and some in the school district to exploit and seduce kids into having sex?

The Planned Parenthood Network will not stop pushing sexual foreplay education in your schools unless you, the parents and taxpayers, demand the best sexual health programs for their children.