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April 01, 2005

Parenting website under attack

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A government website, 4parents.gov is under attack by liberal activist groups. Why? Because it promotes absinence instead of birth control.

HHS officials said Thursday evening they were not surprised certain groups disliked the site.

“They’ve always opposed us on the issue of abstinence. That’s fine,” HHS spokesman Bill Pierce said. “One thing we do know about abstinence is that if you practice it, you will not have an unintended pregnancy or risk catching a sexually transmitted disease.”

I just browsed the site and it looks very good. If you have kids (especially teenagers), definitely check it out while it's still here.


Posted by mlv at April 1, 2005 01:20 PM


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