Thursday, December 28, 2006

Same sex or single sex?

The idea of co-educational schooling is actually a recent development of the past 100 years or so. Before then, most education, specifically higher education, was conducted in gender separate environments. Recent studies promoted by such organizations as National Association for Single-Sex Public Education have shown that boys and girls learn in different ways, therefore single sex classrooms, or dare I say classrooms segregated by gender, are the best learning environment.

On the other hand, gays continue to shove their agenda down the throats of innocent bystanders by their influence in the media. Using words such as, "same sex," "homosexual" and "gender equality," they try to promote their perversions as normal, not deviant. News stories of the attacks on traditional marriage are heartbreaking as the word "marriage" is now used to refer to any sexual contact between "consenting adults," not the sacred union of man and woman as God intended it from the beginning.

To continue their brainwashing, the media is now using the term "same sex" to refer to any gender separate environment. WRTI news sponsored by Temple University recently highlighted the fight for gender separate education which the ACLU calls discrimination by referring to this type of education as "same sex" as if it were actually a class on how to be a gay activist, not learning in a gender separate environment.

Action item: if your news source begins to use this language, call them on it! Let them know you don't appreciate promoting an agenda in lieu of giving the news updates.

For more info on the fight for gender separate education, see this story.

Friday, December 1, 2006

Birth control concoction for men

ABC News reported today that doctors have come out with a birth control pill for men. With all seriousness, they revealed that the drug is a combination of two drugs already in widespread use: one used to treat high blood pressure and the other to treat schizophrenia. Seriously?

First of all, the ability of a man to bring forth new life during the marital embrace (the appropriate name for "sexual intercourse") is a sign of his health not a disease to be treated with medicine. To be unable to father a child is a sign of a lack of health, and it's called infertility. Many men suffer with this disease, and it has devastating effects on many marriages where the couple expected that they would be able to have and raise children. This is why any barrier contraceptive (condoms, diaphragm) and surgical sterilization are a violation of marriage.

Although these clever researchers say their male pill won't be on the market for 4 or 5 years, I wonder whether it will every catch on. Are men really willing to jeopardize their long-term health in order to satisfy their sexual kicks without the accepting the responsibility of parenthood?

I also want to know what kind of sick researcher would combine blood drugs with mental health drugs to ruin a man's fertility. That's sick.