A solution to teen pregnancy rates

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR Telegraph Journal, February 13, 2013 I am writing in response to the news regarding the 40 per cent increase of teen pregnancies in New Brunswick between 2006 and 2010 (“Teen pregnancy on the rise in N.B.”The Daily Gleaner, Feb. 6). Many predicted that the current curriculum in sex education (implemented …read more|en savoir plus

“Comprehensive” Sex Education is Ineffective: Abstinence Works, Major National Study Shows

By Elizabeth O’Brien SALT LAKE CITY, Utah, June 13, 2007 (LifeSiteNews.com) – One of the largest and most comprehensive studies of teen sex education, conducted by Dr. Stan Weed of the Institute for Research and Evaluation in Salt Lake City, shows why abstinence is the most successful method of preventing physical and emotional complications resulting from pre-marital sexual activity. The study (see http://www.lifesite.net/ldn/2007_docs/CompSexEd.pdf) followed the education and behavior of over 400,000 adolescents in 30 different states for 15 years. …read more|en savoir plus