|From Book Distributed By Planned Parenthood|
It's bad enough our tax dollars subsidize the largest abortion provider in the United States, Planned Parenthood, now we are being forced to see our tax dollars used on websites which parents have no control over. As The Alexandrian points out, "why should the government be trying to bypass parental control over our kids? Why should little girls have information like this readily available to them?"
"A government website designed for girls ages 10 to 16 offers health advice and information on a wide range of topics, including homosexuality, anal sex and “mutual masturbation.”Read more at this link.
The Health and Human Services’ girlshealth.gov includes tips on fitness and nutrition and an “environmental health” section where girls can read about leading a“green” lifestyle.
But the site also includes a glossary that explains anal sex and “mutual masturbation” and includes information about birth control and how to access everything from condoms to “emergency contraceptives.” [...]
If girls click on the “Body” tab on the home page, then the “Your Sexuality” tab, then “Dealing with Dating and Sexual Feelings” link, they will find the “Could I be Gay?” link.
“If you’re having feelings of romantic or physical attraction to other girls, you may wonder about your sexual orientation,” the site states. “It’s natural as you develop to wonder about these feelings, and it may take time to figure out your sexual orientation.”
While there are some good messages on the site such as:
"When it comes to deciding about kissing and more, remember that so much of what you see on TV and hear in song lyrics is not real or healthy. And remember that there are lots of ways to show affection other than having sex."I don't think the government should be encouraging masturbation, anal sex, nor homosexual sex. Choosing to have sex is a personal decision, but also a moral decision that should be based on parental and religious influences. Parents should be the ones teaching their children about safe sex and abstinence, not the government and not the schools. If anything the federal government, or HHS, should be encouraging children of any age to avoid sex until they are married and in a financially stable relationship should they become pregnant. Even in the best of situations having sex should not be a decision that comes lightly because everyone else is doing it or because you can easily buy condoms or contraceptives, it should be discouraged until one is older and married and ready to handle the emotional and personal responsibilities of having a child, but it should also be discouraged to limit the number of sexual partners one has to avoid contracting STD's. Not all STD's are contracted from sexual intercourse either, but can be contracted by oral sex as well as anal sex, therefore teaching children about the risks and dangers involved in having sex should be emphasized when teaching about good health care and hygiene.
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