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Under the Bush administration, such programs have received hundreds of millions of dollars in federal funding.
“It would be more effective,” Finer said, “to provide young people with the skills and information they need to be safe once they become sexually active — which nearly everyone eventually will.” Wade Horn, assistant secretary for children and families at the U. Department of Health and Human Services, defended the abstinence-only approach for teenagers.
According to Finer’s analysis, 99 percent of the respondents had had sex by age 44, and 95 percent had done so before marriage.
“Premarital sex is normal behavior for the vast majority of Americans, and has been for decades.” Finer is a research director at the Guttmacher Institute, a private New York-based think tank that studies sexual and reproductive issues and which disagrees with government-funded programs that rely primarily on abstinence-only teachings.White House: Wait longer, please “One of its values is to help young people delay the onset of sexual activity,” he said.“The longer one delays, the fewer lifetime sex partners they have, and the less the risk of contracting sexually transmitted disease.” He insisted there was no federal mission against premarital sex among adults. “The Bush administration does not believe the government should be regulating or stigmatizing the behavior of adults.” Horn said he found the high percentages of premarital sex cited in the study to be plausible, and expressed hope that society would not look askance at the small minority that chooses to remain abstinent before marriage. The layout - collage with kraft paper, text looks like it was written with a marker on the paper - could inspire students to create their own books. Let's start with the Kirkus review: A small child asks Grandma what sex is and gets a wise response. But when I see that two other books in the series are: Divorce is the Worst and Death is Stupid - all part of the Ordinary Terrible Things series, I can see what types of topics we are covering here.
Higginbotham follows titles on death and divorce with a refreshingly different take on a child’s sex question.