Thursday, October 25, 2012

The moral compass needed

The RH Bill went through some tweaks recently, but I do not think these tweaks make it any more acceptable.  For one, the  Mandatory Age-Appropriate Reproductive Health and Sexuality Education is still there.  I quote a comment on a news article that sums up my thoughts on the danger of current sex education in our schools (talks of abortion, but you get the point):
Decades have gone by since the decision was made. The ideology that abortion is OK has been brainwashed into all the school kids over these generations. Only those whose parents were able to educate them about the horror that abortion is can have a chance of being against it.

But the sexual education curriculum gets more and more perverse.
It is hard for adolescents to navigate through it without a moral compass.
Part of the reason why abortions are happening is because the youth thinks it's OK to have sex. They think contraception is safe. They think it won't fail them.

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