American Family Association
The vast majority of North Carolina school districts teach abstinence until marriage — but one family advocate in the Tar Heel State says a backdoor approach is under way in the legislature to push an agenda that promotes promiscuity.
Mark Creech, executive director of the Christian Action League (CAL), tells OneNewsNow that under the proposed bill — the “Healthy Youth Act” (House Bill 88) — most students just might get the latter. “Unless parents intervene, seventh- through ninth-graders are going to be instructed on how to use more than a dozen contraceptives, ranging from condoms to ‘morning-after’ pills,” he warns. “This bill is dangerous on several fronts….”
According to Creech, the measure labels so-called comprehensive sex-ed as “abstinence-based.” Read the rest of this entry
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