HHS has a responsibility to correct misinformation surrounding its list of “evidence-based” sex education curricula, to implement consistent research protocols, and to ensure that the sexual health of American teenagers is prioritized above politics or ideology.
Author: Valerie Huber (Valerie Huber)
Is “Safe-Sex” Education the Reason Behind the Drop in Abortion?
Honest citizens must resist the “safe-sex” propaganda and recognize this campaign for what it is: a deceptive crusade promising an easy solution to a complex problem.
Sex Education in America: How Yesterday’s Extremists Shaped Today’s Sex Ed
In order to influence the future of sex education, we must have a nuanced understanding of its colorful past.
Not Used Up: Progress in Abstinence Education
Abstinence education today is a public health intervention, based on science and evidence, using sound pedagogy and methodology, to deliver a sound health message to young men and women, primarily in school settings.