Tag Archives: abstinence

Sexualisation

Over the last few days, the sexualisation debate has become ubiquitous. It’s in the Guardian, the Independent, and the Telegraph. It’s probably in the Times too. And of course, all the tabloids. Humans are sexual beings. Most of us choose … Continue reading

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Abstinence

If young girls were taught abstinence, there would be less sex abuse.  “If we did empower this message into girls, imbued this message in schools, we’d probably have less sex abuse.”  This is what Nadine Dorries MP said on Channel … Continue reading

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Can advice on abortion really be independent?

Old news I know, but I’ve come across Conservative Home talking about abortion.  In an online survey, Conservative Home asked their readers if they agreed with this statement: “Women considering an abortion should be guaranteed access to independent information and … Continue reading

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Wading into the abortion debate

There’s a lengthy piece published at Ministry of Truth about Nadine Dorries MP and abortion.  It joins the dots between Ms Dorries and a number of Christian lobbying organisations and groups.  (Disclaimer: I used to know a few people from CARE and they seemed … Continue reading

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