Feb 18, 2013
Why do men and women have a such a hard time relating to each other in a meaningful way in America today?Â Could our oversexed culture have anything to do with it?Â In the United States today, we are constantly being bombarded with sexual messages.Â Just think about it.Â Did you watch the Super Bowl a few weeks ago?Â Most of the commercials were about sex on some level, and the â€œhalftime showâ€ featuring Beyonce might as well have been a strip club act.Â It was utterly shameful.Â But in America today, all of this is considered to be â€œnormalâ€.Â We literally worship sex, and we can never get enough of it.Â And of course the results of such a society are predictable.Â There are 20 million new sexually-transmitted infections in the U.S. each year, we have the highest teen pregnancy rate on the planet, and it is estimated thatÂ one out of every four girls in the U.S. is sexually abused before they become adults.Â This culture of sex is pushed on our children from a very early age, and at this point it would be quite accurate to say that U.S. public schools have become training centers for sexual deviancy.Â A lot of people focus on â€œsex educationâ€ as the problem, but the truth is that it goes much deeper than that.Â Sex education only lasts for a few weeks at most.Â The much bigger problem is the fact that an obsession with sex literally permeates our schools.Â If parents could only eavesdrop on the conversations that our teens are having, they would be absolutely horrified.Â Thanks to endless brainwashing by the mainstream media, our teens are absolutely addicted to a sexual atmosphere.Â Every form of entertainment that they enjoy is soaked with sexual imagery, and lust and sex are never far from their minds when they relate to members of the opposite sex (or sometimes the same sex).Â So should we really be surprised that students are having sex with each other in the hallways of our schools?Â Should we be surprised that young teachers are taking advantage of our students sexually behind closed doors?Â We have created a society that is sexually supercharged, and what we are witnessing now are the predictable results of the very foolish decisions that we have made.
The following are 21 signs that U.S. public schools have become training centers for sexual deviancyâ€¦
#1 There is a raging epidemic of sexually-transmitted diseases among our young people.Â According to the latest figures released byÂ the U.S. Centers for Disease Control, there areÂ 20 million new sexually-transmitted infectionsÂ in the United States every single year, and Americans between the ages of 15 and 24 account forÂ approximately 50 percent of those new sexually-transmitted infections.
#2 Many of our teens our catching diseases that they canâ€™t even pronounce correctly.Â There wereÂ more than 1.4 million cases of chlamydia reported in the United States in 2011.Â An astoundingÂ 33 percent of those cases involved Americans that were younger than 20 years of age.
#3 At this point,Â one out of every four teen girls in the U.S. has at least one sexually transmitted disease.Â How high does that number have to go before we admit that there is a problem?
#4 Apparently, all of the propaganda about â€œsafe sexâ€ is not really working very well.Â According to one survey,Â 24 percent of all U.S. teens that have an STD say that they still have unprotected sex.
#5 When you take morality out of public life, the results are predictable.Â In the United States today, approximatelyÂ 47 percent of all high school students have had sex.