July 20, 2000 12:29pm
Why Life?: S-e-x-wise Spells Global Trouble for Teens
Source: Why Life?
by: Company Press Release
(WASHINGTON) -- ``Sexwise offers adolescents everything they need to ruin their lives,'' said Cathy Brown, director of Why Life? Sexwise is the joint propaganda effort recently launched by the BBC and the International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF), a global abortion provider.
IPPF just announced it is expanding its radio broadcast on masturbation, premarital sex and homosexuality to reach more than 60 million young people globally.
``If you're looking for some really bad advice, then tune in,'' Brown said. ``Then, if you're not sufficiently sickened by what you hear, wait till you see the Web site. Sexwise online links to Planned Parenthood's pornographic sites for youngsters.''
``The underlying scheme advanced by IPPF, in collusion with the BBC, is to get young girls and boys addicted to sex,'' Brown said. ``And this is the last thing they need. Invariably this leads to emotional trauma, abortion and sexually transmitted diseases (STDs). The world's youth need to be lifted up, not pulled down.''
Sexwise global will provide:
* The latest information on contraceptives that will help transform you from a human person into an object used solely for the temporary sexual pleasure of others.
* Tips on what to do if your sexual experiences go awry and you need penicillin or an abortion referral.
* And, enough perversion and debauchery to corrupt your mind and soul beyond recognition.
Misleading facts abound in Sexwise, Brown said. For example, it insists that most STDs can be cured. Brown said the fact is, most cannot be cured, including herpes, HIV, or one of 100 strains of HPV.
Brown said, ``Nowhere on the site is there help for expectant mothers who choose not to take the life of the child in the womb. Pregnancy is only referenced in a negative light. The site fails to mention the fact that chemical contraceptives can cause early abortions. The negative physical consequences of using contraceptives are glossed over, while focus is given to the so-called benefits of 'safer-sex.' There is not one piece of information on the site geared towards helping teens and their parents communicate.''
Why Life? is a division of American Life League, the nation's largest pro- life educational organization with more than 367,000 supporting families.