Dating an abstinent girl
[voice gets increasingly more lustful] I mean, Peter, the man presided over the longest economic expansion in U.
[normally] Scientists have determined that the universe was created by a-- [voiceover] GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOD! If you look at the bones of a [voiceover] Jesus [normally]-osaurus rex, it's clear by the use of carbon dating that- [voiceover] Mountain Dew is the best soda ever made. [starts putting on and buttoning her shirt] Look, I know this looks bad, and I feel horrible, and-and I know nothing I could say to you could possibly justify why I slept with Bill, except... [inhales] he reduced the percentage of Americans on welfare to its lowest level in 33 years! You know, I wanted us to live in a place with real family values, but values don't come from where you live or who your friends are. Maybe you shouldn't be letting your kids watch certain shows in the first place if you have such a big problem with them, instead of blaming the shows themselves.
No textbook or classroom teacher can teach it.” Negative results like those cited did not lead comprehensive sex educators to alter their approach—but AIDS did.
AIDS led to two modifications: (1) teaching students to practice “safe [or “safer”] sex” through the use of barrier contraception (condoms); and (2) grafting an abstinence message onto the old comprehensive model.
Most of us are familiar with the alarming statistics about teen sexual activity in the United States.
Among high school students, 54 percent (including 61 percent of boys and 48 percent of girls) say they have had sexual intercourse, according to a 1992 Centers for Disease Control study.
The number of 9th graders who say they have already had sex is 40 percent.
Each year, 1 of every 10 teenage girls becomes pregnant, and more than 400,000 teenagers have abortions.
I call it "Peter Griffin's Bunker-Bustin'-Mega-Ultra-Super..." [the firecrackers explode all at once in his hand, knocking him down to the ground; screams; holds up his fingerless hand to everyone] HOLY CRAP!!! These changes resulted in what can be called the “Abstinence, But” approach, which says two things to students: By any ethical, educational, or public health measure, nondirective sex education has been a failure.As a result, schools are turning increasingly toward directive sex education—just as the national character education movement is embracing a more directive approach to promoting core ethical values as the basis of good character.The first two are variations of the nondirective approach; the third, by contrast, is a directive approach.“Comprehensive sex education,” which originated in Sweden in the 1950s and quickly became the prototype for the Western world, This value-neutral approach to sex soon showed up in American sex education philosophy, as in this statement by the author of the Curriculum Guide for Sex Education in California: “`Right' or `wrong' in so intimate a matter as sexual behavior is as personal as one's own name and address.
A 6th grade teacher taking my graduate course in moral education said, “The boys bring in Playboy, the girls wear make-up and jewelry, and the kids write heavy sexual notes to each other.” At an Indiana high school, a teacher said, “Kids in the halls will call out—boy to girl, girl to boy—`I want to f— you.'” At Lakewood High School in an affluent Los Angeles suburb, a group of boys formed the “Spur Posse,” a club in which participants competed to see how many girls they could sleep with.