Scott & Sarah Kennedy

Tuesday, June 14, 2005


How many more lives need to be wrecked before our Government and Family Planning Authorities start telling the truth about safe sex? I read an article by Ian Wishart on this topic just today. He lamented the stubborn liberal social engineers who put out advertisement campaigns such as the 'no rubba, no hubba' one. He says of this campaign, that it 'delibrately' fails to warn teenagers, or anyone else, that condoms will not save them from the most common STD's. And yet what do we have taught in our secular schools? Sex is ok, as long as it's safe. Use a condom. Yeah whatever!

Wishart looks at just why the myth of safe sex is continually promoted despite rising STD rates. Condoms do not protect against many STD's such as Chlamydia, herpes or genital warts. Why are we not told this? Wishart's answer is "because the only option left if condoms don't work is promoting either abstinence or monogamy, words that make dyed-in-the-wool liberal social engineers choke." And that folks is exactly right! We have denied God's order for things; we reap the consequences, but we we stubbornly refuse to admit that God's way is the right way.

Instead of addressing the root cause of the problem, we deal with the symptoms. This is seen in the case of cervical cancer. 98% of cervical cancers are caused by the same virus that causes genital warts. Yet as Wishart points out, there are no news articles or TV ads reminding us of this. Instead we spend millions on screening campaigns on a disease which is entirely preventable.

What we as a country must do, is look at our failed ideas on sexual morality. What we are doing is not working. We must return to our former beliefs about sexual morality. One man for one woman for life. Funny how it works eh? Just happens to be what God says too.


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    By Anonymous Scotty, at 2:54 PM, June 14, 2005  

  • Well posted!

    The message of our government in the area of sex is reckless, irresponsible, deceptive and dangerous.

    Not only are lives made unnecessarily painful and miserable(illness and disease, both physical and psychological), but actual lives are at stake (abortion, cancer-related death).
    And beyond personal health and life we must look at the effect on society as a whole.
    Middle-class earners are bearing the dollar-weight of this irresponsibility, their taxes are paying to contain the fall-out from this fatal meddling.

    This is a gross irresponsibilty, and our government needs to be held accountable.

    Vote them out.

    By Anonymous Dan, at 3:00 PM, June 14, 2005  

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