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How SPICE-y Are You?

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By: Vincent Weaver In scanning through online news articles today, I ran across a fascinating story of a young engineer in NYC who frequently passed several homeless people on his way to work.  One man, in particular, the engineer found … Continue reading

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Abstinence Education – Another Viewpoint

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No ‘sloppy seconds’: the truth of compassionate, evidence-based abstinence education by Valerie Huber Co-authored with Greg Pfundstein.  (Family Honor Editor’s Note: We re-posted a blog 2 weeks ago by Calah Alexander that was rather critical of abstinence-only education programs.  We are … Continue reading

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Where Abstinence-Only Education Falls Short

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Sloppy Seconds Sex Ed   (Family Honor Editor’s Note: Our re-posting of this blog is purely intended to help readers understand the rather substantial (yet often overlooked) distinction between “abstinence-only sex education” and “chastity education”.   While studies HAVE shown some … Continue reading

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