Friday, November 26, 2004

Ignorance is Strength

How much money do schools need to tell children "Don't have sex."? Apparently, they need at least $131 million, to promote the only certain way to avoid sexual transmitted diseases, unwanted pregancies, and a lot of furtive meetings in remote parking areas:
"The only 100 percent way to avoid a car collision is not to drive, but the federal government sure does a lot of advocacy for safety belts," said James Wagoner, president of Advocates for Youth, a group that promotes education about birth control and condom use.
Since children are obedient, I'm sure when they understand that their elders would rather they didn't have sex with one another, underage sex will immediately stop. The problem is just one of proper communication. It's not as if the species is genetically programmed to reproduce or anything. Clearly, the less children hear about sex, the more likely they are to grow up into fine, upstanding Republican voters.

Explains a lot, doesn't it?


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