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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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NY Post: NYC schools giving teens Plan B pills without parental consent

As I was kicking back to enjoy an afternoon of football, I got an email linking me to a NY Post story,  “NYC schools give out morning-after pill to students — without telling parents“. What?! It took me a few seconds … Continue reading

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Sex and New York teachers—Michael Benjamin – NYPOST.com

Is anyone in New York City truly surprised by teacher-student sex in our schools? The Post last week exposed yet another female teacher who’d become involved with a teen student, and lots of similar cases are still getting publicity — … Continue reading

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New York parents concerned over new sex-ed classes

Roseanne Colletti, NBC Newschannel 4, filed this report about NYC’s new mandatory sexuality education curriculum in October 2011. The news conference was organized by the NYC Parents Choice coalition which is advocating an alternative abstinence-centered sex education curriculum that emphasizes … Continue reading

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New York City schools Chancellor Walcott says ‘We have a responsibility to keep students safe’

New York City schools Chancellor Walcott says ‘We have a responsibility to keep students safe’. Source: Legislative Gazette   New York City schools Chancellor Walcott says ‘We have a responsibility to keep students safe’by Jordan Lipschik November 14, 2011 As the … Continue reading

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Parents’ choice movement grows

In the past week, we have discovered that we are not alone in our fight here in New York City. When we started NYC Parents Choice, we had no idea of the faint echoes reverberating around the state. Communities across … Continue reading

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Offensive Sex Education: You Know It When You See It

Partnering with Parents was the theme of last week’s public meetings to discuss the new Core Curriculum mandated by the state Board of Regents. George Orwell’s Big Brother pales in comparison to the City’s Department of Education when it comes … 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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Margaret Sanger, Planned Parenthood and Eugenics

It was socialist Margaret Sanger, free-love advocate, who launched a campaign in 1916 to promote contraception and abortion in order to free women from the burdens of unwanted pregnancy. Sanger later adopted the views of the eugenicists who promoted the … 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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