June 10, 2013 A Brief History of Sex Ed: How We Reached Today’s Madness – Part III Based on a talk presented at the 7th World Congress of Families in Sydney, May 2013 The last person I want to tell you about is Dr John Money. In 1955, he introduced the radical concept that maleness
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June 6, 2013 A Brief History of Sex Ed: How We Reached Today’s Madness – Part II Based on a talk presented at the 7th World Congress of Families in Sydney, May 2013 Alfred Kinsey had a dream. He would prove to the world – and himself – that his lifestyle was normal. Average. Typical.
June 4, 2013 A Brief History of Sex Ed: How We Reached Today’s Madness – Part I Based on a talk presented at the 7th World Congress of Families in Sydney, May 2013 Once upon a time, sex education was a simple biology lesson. Students learned the facts of life, and with those facts, that
March 18, 2013 Shame on you, United Nations The UN’s annual Commission on the Status of Women just came to an end. I spoke there last week, and urged other nations to protect their youth from the onslaught of US-made “comprehensive” sexuality education (CSE). Why? Because the priority of CSE is sexual rights and sexual
March 4,2013 More abortions for the abortion capital of the nation? Last week I spoke at a press conference in Albany with a group of health professionals. We were there to oppose legislation that would expand access to abortions, especially late ones, in New York State. I’m not against all abortions; I believe there are
January 24,2013 Warning: people lie about their sexual histories! I mentioned in my last blog that a woman who has sex with a bisexual man is at increased risk of getting STIs, including HIV. But how does she know he’s bisexual? Well, she could ask. That’s what the sex ed industry believes she should do:
January 11,2013 Newsflash: Antibiotic-resistant gonorrhea is here Treatment for gonorrhea takes a few seconds: a needle in the buttocks and you’re cured. At least that’s how it used to be. Antibiotic-resistant gonorrhea has arrived on our shores. Only a handful of cases have been identified, but the threat of untreatable gonorrhea is very bad news.
November 28, 2012 Comprehensive sex ed is hardly comprehensive – Part One Like many parents, those in the town of Princeton, New Jersey are concerned about the sex education in their schools. They have reason to be worried. The HiTOPS/Teen PEP curriculum used in their district is seriously flawed. This isn’t just my opinion – it’s also
November 4, 2012 Pure Magic: A Mom and Her Baby Guess what, moms? Your baby loves how you smell, from the first moment of life. I don’t mean your soap or perfume. I mean your natural, distinct odor. She recognizes your scent, and she loves it. If she just arrived in this world, how can
November 3, 2012 Chlamydia: What You Haven’t Heard Chlamydia, the most common bacterial STD, is one nasty bug. While it can cause some problems in men, it’s particularly bad news for girls and women. Chlamydia travels quietly, undetected, from the vagina, through the uterus, and into the fallopian tubes, where it wreaks havoc. The fallopian