How American Public Education Has Become a Criminal Enterprise (Part 3)

By:  Sam Blumenfeld
07/06/2012
       
How American Public Education Has Become a Criminal Enterprise (Part 3)

Contributing to the delinquency of a minor has long been considered a crime. Parents who have permitted teenagers to drink liquor at parties in their homes have been charged with this crime. Adult seducers of under-age teenage girls have also been charged with this crime. But in schools, where pornographic sex education is used to introduce children to premarital, recreational sex, the crime of contributing to the delinquency of a minor is permitted.

Contributing to the delinquency of a minor has long been considered a crime. Parents who have permitted teenagers to drink liquor at parties in their homes have been charged with this crime. Adult seducers of under-age teenage girls have also been charged with this crime. But in schools, where pornographic sex education is used to introduce children to premarital, recreational sex, the crime of contributing to the delinquency of a minor is permitted.

Is there any doubt that teaching children how to use condoms encourages premarital sex? And is there any doubt that premarital “recreational” sex can lead to unwanted pregnancies, abortions, children out of wedlock, venereal disease, negative emotional entanglements, and other social problems? Yet, the public schools see no reason not to continue purveying explicit sex information that clearly destroys the innocence of the young.

And now there is a strong effort to introduce the "gay" agenda in the schools, beginning in kindergarten where children debate same-sex marriage.

Teenage promiscuity, casual, and perverse sex have replaced the sense of holy matrimony where healthful marital sex produces life-long bonding and a loving family. Premarital abstinence is the only sure way to achieve family happiness based on a monogamous relationship. But abstinence has its humanist critics.

Janice Irvine, author of Talk About Sex: The Battles Over Sex Education in the United States, says abstinence-only programs often rely on "fear-based tactics combined with withholding information about contraception, abortion, gay issues and masturbation. Those are considered hot-button issues — and anything to do with safer sex. The message is: There is no safer sex."

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