The role of schools in sexual bullying

Aug 1, 2015 by

Judith Gelernter Reisman, Ph.D. Mary E. McAlister, Esq. Debbie DeGroff, MoM. “SEX EDUCATION” INJURES THE IMMATURE BRAIN & GROOMS CHILDREN FOR SEXUAL ABUSE. I. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Minnesota law prohibits young people from performing certain activities — purchase of pornography and obscenity, purchase of alcoholic beverages or tobacco, possession of firearms, gambling, violent video games, etc., and imposes penalties for such conduct. The rationale behind these laws is that, due to the...

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Why there’s no such thing as gay adultery in UK law

Aug 1, 2015 by

By Jennifer Tracey and Rebecca Smith, BBC: A woman who was unable to divorce her husband on the grounds of adultery because he had affairs with men wants the law changed. Anna and her husband were married for 20 years before she discovered he was having 10 different sexual relationships with men. He denied everything, but the pictures and jokes she found on his phone left her in no doubt about what was going on. When she contacted a lawyer to obtain a divorce, she assumed there would be two...

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1,000 churches could shut across Britain as congregations shrink

Aug 1, 2015 by

By Danny Buckland, Express: Decaying masonry and rusting metal work have put 887 places of worship on the critical list as service attendance numbers continue to plummet. A Save Our Spires appeal has just been launched to protect the 40 most threatened steeples while other of the Church of England’s 16,000 buildings face closure because of the perilous state of repair. The crisis is impacting religious services and community resources from scout meetings to zumba classes. “We should care...

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Parental Notification/Consent for Treatment of the Adolescent

Aug 1, 2015 by

From the American College of Pediatricians: ABSTRACT: A continuing debate exists in both law and medicine regarding an adolescent’s capacity to make rational, independent decisions.  This is particularly true concerning an adolescent’s capacity to make an informed decision with regard to abortion. Neuroscience research responds to the question by noting that the area of the brain involved in critical thinking and decision-making does not reach full maturity until the early to mid-twenties. ...

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Police Warn of No-Go Zones in Germany

Aug 1, 2015 by

By Soeren Kern, Gatestone Institute: Spiraling levels of violent crime perpetrated by immigrants from the Middle East and the Balkans are turning parts of Duisburg, a key German industrial city, into “areas of lawlessness” — areas that are becoming de facto “no-go” zones for police, according to a confidential police report that was leaked to the German newsmagazine Der Spiegel. The report, produced by the police headquarters of North Rhine-Westphalia, the most populous...

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Reinstate Dr. Church Immediately!

Aug 1, 2015 by

Dr. Church, a well-respected urologist, was expelled from the medical staff of Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC), a major Harvard-affiliated hospital in Boston, for telling his colleagues about research regarding the health risks of homosexual acts and the moral issues surrounding it. Sign this petition to tell BIDMC to reinstate Dr. Church immediately! Dr. Church is being charged with posting three short comments on the BIDMC internal website during 2013 and 2014, in violation of a...

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Sexuality Education in New Zealand – a critical review

Aug 1, 2015 by

By Miriam Grossman MD: Executive Summary: Consider some of the common medical problems found in developed countries: heart disease, hypertension, and diabetes. These life-threatening conditions are associated with behavioural choices, such as smoking, an unhealthy diet and a sedentary lifestyle. Their prevention, therefore, is based on educating consumers about the dangers of those behaviours, and promoting healthier choices. With sexual health, the approach is different. A premise of modern...

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Foundations pouring millions into campaign to eradicate religious exemptions on gay ‘marriage’

Aug 1, 2015 by

By Steve Weatherbe, LifeSite: Revelations that a half dozen well-heeled liberal foundations are pouring millions of dollars into a concerted campaign to force religious organizations to accept same sex “marriage” have defenders of religious rights warning of a new “wave” of litigation. “Attacking religious exemptions is the next big wave,” Bill Donohue, head of the Catholic League, told LifeSiteNews. “Gay rights are only the pretext. These groups won’t be satisfied till every trace of religion...

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The Pope’s great Evangelical gamble

Aug 1, 2015 by

By Luke Coppen, Catholic Herald: Can Francis overcome decades of antagonism between Catholics and Evangelicals? Somewhere in Pope Francis’s office is a document that could alter the course of Christian history. It declares an end to hostilities between Catholics and Evangelicals and says the two traditions are now “united in mission because we are declaring the same Gospel”. The Holy Father is thinking of signing the text in 2017, the 500th anniversary of the Reformation, alongside Evangelical...

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It’s Time To Get Out of the Closet

Aug 1, 2015 by

By Bill Muehlenberg, CultureWatch: It seems that every activist group in town is coming out of the closet – except one. Homosexuals are happy to go public, as, increasingly, are polyamorists, the incest brigade, and even paedophiles. All these groups – and more – are seizing the moment, publicly declaring themselves, coming out loud and proud, and demanding to be accepted and celebrated. Yet there is one group that seems to be doing the exact opposite. One group is actually going back into the...

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