Develop a close relationship with your child from an early age.
Two of every three women seeking abortions were contraceptive users.
What sex-ed progressives think your little children should know.
UK education body advises introducing porn into the curriculum.
A report from the federal health monitoring agency, the Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), brings the news that births to teenagers aged 15-19 are down by 44 per cent on 1990.
Canada comes out as the least inhibited country when it comes to sex education, an international survey shows. But even there, the majority of adults think that the job belongs first and foremost to parents.
The New York Times yesterday published a preview of a weekend magazine article called “Teaching Good Sex” -- a long and detailed account of how one teacher, with full support from his elite school, is promoting sexual pleasure as a goal for 17-year-olds and even younger teenagers.
The introduction of mandatory sex education classes for middle school pupils (10- to12-year-olds) in New York has brought criticism from a leading US academic.
There was an uproar in New Zealand recently about sex education when a father told the NZ Herald he had pulled his son out of sex education because the teacher had told his class that anal and oral sex were alternatives to intercourse...
A report from the US government in March indicates that nearly half of all 15 to 19 year olds have never been sexually active.
When Conservative MP Nadine Dorries introduced a private member’s bill last week calling for all schoolgirls aged 13 to 16 to be given lessons in how to say “no”, you would have expected a good response. But another MP called it "daft".
A German mother is in prison as a result of resisting state measures to force objectionable “sexual education” on her children. Her husband has already served his 43-day sentence. The couple bring the number of Christian parents imprisoned for this reason to 10.
The New York Times editors have had to eat their recent words dismissing abstinence education as a “narrow, ineffective and fundamentally dishonest approach” not worthy of federal funding or, by implication, any funding whatsoever.
Big news today on the sexuality education front: solid evidence from a
federally funded United States study that a programme limited to an
abstinence message can significantly reduce the onset of sexual
activity among young adolescents.
When it comes to learning about sex, young people do not, on the whole,
get this information from their parents. Surveys show that they more
often get it from their friends, even though their preferred source is
their parents. A study from the Philippines confirms this, and suggests
that more should be done to improve parent-child communication in this
Some years ago I saw a cartoon whose subject becomes more real by theday. It showed a Brave-New-Wold nursery in which newborns were beinginstructed via a loudspeaker: “Today you will be going home, but beforeyou go, here is your first sex education lesson...” I was reminded ofit by a Fox News report of a new universal sex-ed curriculum fromUNESCO.