Sex education has run amok in America to the point that actual adult film stars are hired to teach little children every possible practice known to mankind before they’ve had their first kiss. What is it doing to our young people? Are they safer, happier, and more equipped to handle life? Father Robert McTeigue says no. As a professor of philosophy and natural law, and a Jesuit priest, McTeigue has studied every aspect of human sexuality from the scientific to the philosophic points of view and in his experience, no one is any happier after adhering to the secular dictates of human sexuality that is pushed on our children through the public schools and media.
“If you get sexual ethics right in your life, nearly every aspect of your morality falls into place, and if you get it wrong, nothing else is going to work,” he told PJ Media. Repeatedly we are told that teaching children abstinence does not work. McTeigue disagrees. “A lot of the statistics the sex-educrats refer to are about as reliable as having the tobacco manufacturers talk about second-hand smoke or lung cancer,” he said. “It’s like trying to get accurate information about abortion from Planned Parenthood.”
“They don’t really want ‘comprehensive’ education,” McTeigue said. “Because then I would teach sex education and I’ll teach them that taking the pill is more [consequential] than taking a handful of Tic Tacs and latex doesn’t work like magic.” Contrary to the constant claim that latex-protected activity is “safe,” many diseases that are skin-contact-transferable are not inhibited in any way. Current statistics show that one in four people has herpes and STD rates among young adults are a constant problem. None of the education they’ve received from the “experts” appears to be helping.