September – July 2008: Abstinence / Sexual Activity

NEW! Uganda: Less ABC = More HIV Hooked Uncovers the Hidden Dangers of Teen Sex  Uganda First Lady Decries Increase in Risky Sexual Behavior while West Threatens to Pull Funding over Ugandan Supposed "Homophobia" (i.e. common sense promotion of sexual abstinence) Britain's "Culture of Promiscuity": Nearly 400,000 New STD Cases Women Hurt by Casual Sex Behind Their Backs: Free Contraceptives Teen Pregnancies Increase for the First Time After 15 Years of Decline – Check the Reasons… UGANDA: LESS ABC = MORE HIV. Uganda's First Lady Janet Museveni, at the premiere of the feature film Miss HIV in Kampala, warned that her country is seeing an increase in AIDS victims due to its embrace of Western methods rather than the highly-successful, indigenous ABC approach. "It is not too late to reverse the trend," she said. "We can adopt our own indigenous solutions, which are less expensive and are 100% sure of preventing the spread of this deadly disease. I find it very baffling how we could throw away what worked, and embrace ideas from elsewhere. Then we watched as rates of infection soared again to claim lives." [5 Aug 08,  http://www.lifesitenews.com/ldn/2008/aug/08080107.html]         HOOKED UNCOVERS THE HIDDEN DANGERS OF TEEN SEX: New book explodes the myth of sex without emotional or psychological consequences. Pop culture tells young people that sex is an act of self-expression, a personal choice for physical pleasure that can be summed up in the ubiquitous phrase, “hooking up.”  They are told that as long as they use protection and avoid STDs or out-of-wedlock pregnancies, there are no consequences.  But what happens when those relationships...