Never one to let evidence sway them away from their “faith” the religious right continue to hang on to the hope that just telling kids to remain virgins until they are married is going to work…someday.
And chances are, at least statistically, they didn’t even wait until they were married to have sex, and yet in the tradition of those who continue to hope when all is lost, they just hold on believing that even though they didn’t hold out until they were married maybe their children will.
Earlier this year there was a report that came out that said that children that take those abstinence pledges that our morally retarded president and his supporters are so fond of are almost 6 times more likely to engage in oral and anal sex than kids that don’t.
You’d think since they are so appalled by fornication and pre-martial sex they would have immediately withdrawn support from those sort of programs.
But then again, that report could have easily been just another liberal plot from the liberal media doing their part in the liberal world wide conspiracy to take Jesus out of the classroom.
Because as we all know Jesus would prefer to have people having children that they can’t properly take care of, being born to people who are practically still children themselves or even worse, people contracting preventable debilitating sexually transmitted diseases than to having people be safe, healthy, and only having children that they want and can afford to properly take care of.
Sure, from all I have heard about Jesus, that is, from people that don’t know him any better than I do, Jesus probably would’ve preferred if people waited to have sex and children until they were married, but who he is to talk. He was born out of wedlock. His mother knew who his daddy was but never married him. Depending on who you talk to, Jesus must’ve not care that much about marriage himself seeing that he never took any woman up on any offer to have sex and never found one that interested him enough to marry.
Then again he did have that one male disciple “whom he loved.”
But I guess that all goes along with being the son of God, being born out of wedlock and having an absentee daddy, when all the other kids growing up knew who their daddy’s were.
I mean when you think about it, all of this is probably a real sore spot for Jesus.
He practically pioneered the concept of being the red headed step child, bringing his step father to the father and son picnic every year.
I am sure that wouldn’t have been at all strange having half brothers and sisters, considering how prevalent polygamy was back them, but when your mom wasn’t a part of a harem, at least as far as we know, and all of your half-brothers and sisters look the same and you look, well, you favor “someone else” I am sure Jesus can relate to planned parenthood.
"Even though there is great enthusiasm in some circles for abstinence-only interventions, the evidence does not support abstinence-only interventions as the best way to keep young people from unintended pregnancy," said Dr. Jonathan Klein, chairman of the academy committee that wrote the new recommendations of the American Academy of Pediatrics' updated teen pregnancy policy.
Teaching abstinence but not birth control makes it more likely that once teenagers initiate sexual activity they will have unsafe sex and contract sexually transmitted diseases, said Dr. S. Paige Hertweck, a pediatric obstetrician-gynecologist at the University of Louisville who provided advice for the report.
What I want to know is, why can’t we have a hybrid abstinence/sex-education program where we show people all of the fucked up diseases that people catch, show them how to protect themselves, emphasize that nothing that they do to protect themselves outside of not having sex at all is 100% fool proof and then tell them that if they don’t want their shit to fall off quit fucking, at least quit fucking trifling hoes?
I am convinced that trifling people are like that game of three degrees of separation from Kevin Bacon, not everyone that gets a sexually transmitted disease is trifling, but if you get a sexually transmitted disease you are three degrees away from someone who is or should I say was.