Groups like the Family Planning Association and the AIDS Foundation are perpetuating the myth that as long as you use a condom, you can pretty well do what you like in terms of promiscuity, experimentation, and fringe behaviours – with little or no information on the physical or emotional ramifications or prevention of disease.” In one example, a mixed class of boys and girls were asked by the AIDS Foundation if they had masturbated lately and were given condoms and strawberry-flavoured lubricant.
They were also given a leaflet featuring graphic pictures, terms including “c*ck” and “w*nk”, and advice on the best condoms.
” only 19% supported just the ‘safe sex’ message currently being taught in schools, with one in three (34%) wanting ‘values, abstinence, and consequences such as pregnancy’ taught instead, and a further 42% asking for a combination of both – especially amongst older teens.
The support for just the ‘safe sex’ message dropped even lower for the older teens.
In 2004, Dr Max Mehta was charged in Texas over allegations he groomed a 15-year-old deaf girl for sex online.
It is alleged he attempted to meet the young girl at a pre-arranged location, with condoms in his possession, but was instead met by a police officer and charged with the criminal solicitation of a minor to commit sexual assault of a child.
at consumers worldwide, many of them located in Russia, the United States and Brazil.
The case Quilter v Attorney-General had its origin in early 1996 when three female couples in long-term relationships were denied marriage licences by the Registrar-General because marriage under the common law was between one man and one woman.
TEENS REJECT ‘SAFE SEX’ EDUCATION SUPPORT PARENTAL NOTIFICATION AND ‘RIGHT TO LIFE’ Media Comment From Bob Mc Coskrie, Family First A nationwide poll of 600 young people aged 15-21 poll has found that they hold conservative values on sex issues – which are significantly similar to the views of parents.
SEX EDUCATION When asked “Do you think sex education in schools should teach values, abstinence and consequences such as pregnancy, or just teach safe sex?
During that time, he submitted four separate applications to the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) denying his criminal history.
The Medical Board of Australia has now successfully had Dr Taylor's registration cancelled and disqualified him from applying for medical registration for two years.
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