Re: And fewer PP's mean less reproductive health services, counseling, and prenatal care - especially helpful to the poo


Author:Joe-×
Date:2019-03-13 22:55:13
In Reply To:Re: And fewer PP's mean less reproductive health services, counseling, and prenatal care - especially helpful to the poo by Kosh
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Kosh proclaimed:
We're a long way before effective birth control information becomes mainstream in schools
I attended public schools in Pennsylvania in the late 70's/early 80's. Sex education started in 7th grade. There were three or four kids who left the room. I think they were all JWs because they didn't do holidays either. 9th grade sex education was in the mandatory health class. The instruction included a description of all contraceptive techniques available at the time with a chart of their effective rates with a demonstration of several. The teacher also provided the handy advice that if you join the military and you stop in the bus station restroom to take a leak and some guy offers to hold it for you, he's not talking about your duffel bag.

Kosh proclaimed:
That's already being done, but why then do we have antiabortion conservative loons against these social programs?
Don't know, but they do generally tend toward modal partisans. To be honest, most evangelicals subscribe to the prosperity gospel and believe that God blesses hard workers and curses the lazy. It's an American value system. Many vocally pro-life conservative Catholics follow evangelicals on a whole host of issues, including the death penalty which is a barbaric relic of a primitive era and MAGA hats which is a creepy cult of personality.
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