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Nanny Mike’s Last Slap

NYPost Opinion: A selective fanatic: Mayor Bloomberg thinks he can reduce teen smoking, not teen sex. http://nypost.com/2013/10/31/nanny-mikes-last-slap/ In his final months in office, Mayor Bloomberg is moving at the speed of Banksy to leave his indelible marks on New York … Continue reading

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Metro – City’s health campaign focuses on safe sex

They’re at it again. The sexuality education mafia has a new campaign to further sexualize our children and encourage sexual promiscuity among black and Hispanic adolescents (and increasingly pre-adolescents). A new City ad campaign paid for by our federal and … Continue reading

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True Love Waits Joins Parents and Leaders Call for Abstinence Alternative to Controversial NYC Sex Ed Mandate

True Love Waits Joins Parents and Leaders Call for Abstinence Alternative to Controversial NYC Sex Ed Mandate – Christian Newswire. NASHVILLE, Nov. 3, 2011 /Christian Newswire/ — The controversy over a new sex education mandate in New York City — which reportedly … Continue reading

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New York Parents Mobilize Against Sex-Ed Mandate | Daily News | NCRegister.com

New York Parents Mobilize Against Sex-Ed Mandate | Daily News | NCRegister.com. NEW YORK — A new sex-education mandate in New York City could have middle-school students visiting local pharmacies to catalogue condom brands, among other problematic assignments. A new … Continue reading

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Xxxtracurricular activity in school – NY Post

In today’s paper, NY Post columnist Andrea Peyser writes, “Clearly, I was born too soon. The city’s public schools are transitioning into a gross and kinky pleasure palace, with sixth-graders — kids as young as 10 — being drilled on … Continue reading

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NY1 Online: Debate Of NYC Schools’ Sex Education Curriculum – NY1.com

NY1 Online: Debate Of NYC Schools’ Sex Education Curriculum – NY1.com. NY1 Online: Debate Of NYC Schools’ Sex Education Curriculum NY1 VIDEO: Andrea Miller, the new president of NARAL Pro-Choice New York, and former Bronx State Assemblyman Michael Benjamin, who now works … Continue reading

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Pols Push Abstinence-Based Sex Ed For NYC Kids | New York Daily News

Pols Push Abstinence-Based Sex Ed For NYC Kids: Updated With Mayor Bloomberg Comments | New York Daily News. Lots of blogosphere buzz about this today, so here’s a blurb from our Alison Gendar: The city’s two GOP congressmen backed a … Continue reading

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Schools Chancellor Walcott And Former Assemblyman Spar Over Sex Ed Program | PolitickerNY

Schools Chancellor Walcott And Former Assemblyman Spar Over Sex Ed Program | PolitickerNY. A group being led by former State Assemblyman Michael Benjamin says a new sex ed program mandated by Mayor Bloomberg and the New York City Department of … Continue reading

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NY Post – Parents furor at bawdy sex ed

This morning the NY Post reports on parent reaction to the details of the city’s new sex ed mandate and what’s in the curriculum (see below). And there is a planned rally tomorrow calling for a true “abstinence-centered” sex ed … Continue reading

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Brooklyn Areas: Most Pregnancies End in Abortion

      Brooklyn Areas: Most Pregnancies End in Abortion | Local Brooklyn News and Features | The Brooklyn Ink. A startlingly news story published in Brooklyn Ink, a project of the Columbia University School of Journalism, about the high … Continue reading

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