Monday, February 27, 2012

Successful businesses both create new customers and track the habits of existing ones.

And Planned Parenthood seems to have both down pat. (On that second story...isn't that kind of intrusive, voyeuristic, and kind of TMI?)

Kind of sick to see small girls as "future customers."  And when I say small girls, the article cites as young as five.  And what do you want to bet that with the "if you're going to do it anyway, might as well do it right" mindset sets most of these girls up for the abortion side of the trade, without the girls' or their parents' knowledge? 

I plan to be the main instructor for my daughter's introduction to reproduction.  No, I won't likely preach abstinence only on a moral standpoint, but I will emphasize it as the best way to emotional and physical health.  Same for my son, but the biggest part of it will be Odysseus's responsibility.

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  1. PREVENTING/STOPPING a very natural human
    'trait' is cruel and unusual............

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  2. I don't intend to prevent/stop it, just postpone it, and teach them to regulate it (i.e., avoid promiscuity). There've been major studies done that demonstrate that there is a chemical/hormonal bonding response that happens during and after sex, and that casual sex causes mental/emotional harm to both young men and young women, along with the whole danger of "gifts" that keep on giving, pregnancy, and child support payments.

    I just want my kids to be happy, healthy, functional adults with as little baggage as they can get there with.

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    1. PREVENTING/STOPPING a very natural human
      'trait' is cruel and unusual.........

      DITTO!

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