Port Vila, Vanuatu (PressExposure) July 15, 2009 -- The National Health Service of Britain promotes, in a recent education program, 'an orgasm a day for school pupils'. Called 'Pleasure' the pamphlets are aimed at teenagers, telling them itâs okay to have a healthy sex life.
The creator of the pamphlet, the Director of the Center for HIV and Sexual Health at the UK NHS says "s long as teen are informed about sex and sexually transmitted diseases there isnât any logical reason to avoid a good sex life".
Cervical cancer is far higher in some third world countries than in the EU, where sex is begun early in a child's life. Cervical cancer in twenty year old is firmly believed to be associated with early sexual activity.
The 1980's and 1990's is where thousands of children lost their innocence, in the sex crazed cult the 'Children Of God', that advocated even babies could have sex. It was a period when many hundreds of children were scarred by over-zealous adults. Scars that will never completely disappear.
Now the official government department, of a so called civilized nation, openly promotes an education program that endorses an 'orgasm a day' for school children. 'Why promote healthy eating and exercise and not the maintenance and upkeep of one's sexual organs'? the pamphlet asks.
For the majority of women across the globe, the experience of an orgasm is an unknown thing. Who will be the teachers of these children? Consenting adults as it was in the Children of God?
The NHS says intercourse is good for cardiovascular health, so are a lot of other social activities. Are health experts suggesting five portions of fruit and veggies a day, 30 minutes physical activity three times a week, plus masturbation at least a couple of times a week, or does that roll over into intercourse? Does the department believe that half an hour in a gym, is equal to thirty seconds teenage-fumbling underneath the sheets?
The highest rate of teenage pregnancy in Western Europe is held by Britain. Is England on a population explosion campaign, after many years of 'tiff upper lip' and all that stuff, as China bears the disastrous result of its one-child program? Is Britain thinking to fill the lack of Chinese brides, instead of the girls being stolen from across the neighbouring borders?
Maybe the authorities will advocate putting condom machines in all schools next? However, didn't the Pope say, "Condoms cause AIDS"? Or was that "an orgasm a day keeps the doctor away"?
Why can't governments leave the personal development of children to the parents, or is that a privilege to be also removed, just as the right to spank a child was made unlawful. No one agrees with abuse in any form, physical or sexual, but please leave the parents some rights.
Isn't it time for the government to back off and take their beaks out of private business, or are we becoming little more than State run societies? Is there a difference between religious cult leaders advocating sex for children and the instigators of the National Health Service of Britain's education campaign?
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