Mary Jo Anderson, Susan Brinkmann
The sexualization of children at ever younger ages has led to sexual activity at ever younger ages. The casual nature with which young people enter into this activity has given rise to an epidemic of sexually transmitted diseases among this population.
Rather than encourage abstinence based on an understanding of the dignity and value of the human person and the sacredness of the conjugal embrace, researchers, the pharmaceutical companies and the health care community has opted to use drugs instead.
Contraceptives and the use of vaccines, many of which lack rigorous testing and long term studies, have been marketed to our children and, in some cases, made mandatory by law. Where is all of this taking our youth, our country, our culture? Today, we will discuss The Tipping Point: When Sex Goes Viral.