I’m a doctor, a doctor who’s fed up.
With its defective approach to sexual health, the medical profession is failing all of us.
It arms vulnerable young people with half-truths, and sends them out to play in a minefield.
After twenty years of practice, I’m tired of seeing the wounded. So I’m on a crusade to empower students with biological facts they need to know.
You see, lots of biology is not politically correct.
Sex education promotes the “anything goes, women are just like men” way of thinking. But medical journals are filled with discoveries that blow that vision sky high.
What’s so troubling is, they’re ignored.
Denying biology can be perilous, even fatal. Trust me – the casualties come through my office all the time. They’re bright, accomplished, and attractive – younger versions of Carrie Bradshaw and Samantha Jones.
Why didn’t I know, they ask. Why didn’t anyone tell me?
Good questions – they should have been told.
My books expose the fiasco, and the staggering price paid for it by individuals, families, and society.
The response has been worldwide.
I’m honored to be able to speak about these topics all over the US and abroad.
One point I always make:
young women suffer more than men from their sexual choices. More often than not, they’re the ones who get burned, inside and out.
What’s the answer?
Empower all students with what’s seen under the microscope, because it’s a reality that’s never going to change.
Girls in particular must understand their unique biology and know that it’s awesome and precious.
Here’s my plan to bring sex ed into the 21st century:
I’ll scour science journals and blog about the research you need to know. I’ll expose the “experts” and hold their feet to the fire.
Your job is read through my site, watch the videos, follow my blog. Ask questions. Do your own research. Be intellectually honest. Be brave.
Then go out and tell everyone you know.