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2014-02-28 11:13:37 PM

AugieDoggyDaddy: Are you talking about BDSM information?  First thing, who gets to decide what is "accurate"?  I don't know anything about BDSM, except that I personally find it creepy.  So I guess that any info I might provide to my nephews or niece would be "inaccurate".
As to who cares who provides the info,  how 'bout the NASA ISS page?
Last, please don't make me copy/paste the PP mission statement.


So what you are suggesting is that a professional organization cannot put out "more correct" information than what a teenager would get if they just google "BDSM"? I shudder to think what google would hit on that.

If the NASA ISS page became the cool place teenagers went for answers to questions they had and if the page had accurate information to answer their questions ... then sure. It would be a ridiculous place to put it but the more importing factor would be that people are getting what they need.

What is your infatuation with the PP mission statement?? It seems to me this bullet explains their actions quite well: "to provide educational programs which enhance understanding of individual and societal implications of human sexuality". Or do you just have a problem in general with a group that values people's personal rights and health?
 
2014-03-01 12:49:12 AM

cuzsis: Teenagers will believe their friends before that "trained professional" much of the time. Actually, people in general do that. This is why snopes.com exists.


Teenagers will listen to the trained professional who treats them like a person rather than screeching lies at them.
 
2014-03-01 12:50:34 AM

AugieDoggyDaddy: I don't know anything about BDSM, except that I personally find it creepy.  So I guess that any info I might provide to my nephews or niece would be "inaccurate".


Yes, that is exactly how intelligent people would describe the "knowledge" passed on by a person who knows nothing of which they speak.

Do you have any more stupid-bombs to drop on this thread or do you need just a little more attention before beddy-bye?
 
2014-03-01 01:04:32 AM

No Such Agency: Sid_the_sadist: Was it because I called their "educational" video bullshiat because it barely scratched the surface of the topic

Planned parenthood is not going to feature your twisted anal branding, fellatio slave box and breast skewering obsessions in a basic level sex ed video for teens, sorry.


DAMNIT!
 
2014-03-01 05:14:31 AM

James!: Holy crap, sex education... the horror.


Sex education. About bondage and S&M. With taxpayer funds. When they are cutting military pensions.

Liberalism in a nutshell.
 
2014-03-01 06:08:23 AM

Agent Nick Fury: Neondistraction: geek_mars: when Nancy Reagan (Just Say No!) educated our nation's young people about the dangers of drugs, she wasn't promoting drug abuse.

Well, she wasn't intentionally promoting drug use, however statistics show that the whole D.A.R.E campaign (Just say no! was it's rallying cry) was a total failure and in many instances may have actually encouraged teenagers to try drugs.

Not that it has any bearing on this story.  I just can't help but point out, at every opportunity, what an abject failure our 'war on drugs' has been in every measurable way.

How is LBJ's War on Poverty working out?

You should point that out at every opportunity, too.


I get confused, because usually there are no poor people in America, just lazy bums who stuff their fat faces on our tax dollars. When this "War on Poverty" comes up though, all of a sudden there are poor people suffering terribly all over because this "War" was such a disaster.
 
2014-03-01 07:54:09 AM

StanTheMan: James!: Holy crap, sex education... the horror.

Sex education. About bondage and S&M. With taxpayer funds. When they are cutting military pensions.

Liberalism in a nutshell.


Ramping up military personnel levels with no plan for funding said pensions?

Starting entire new branches of government without cutting anything else or raising taxes?

Modern "conservatism" in a nutshell.

"Tax and spend" is more honest than "borrow and spend and whine about the deficit."
 
2014-03-01 07:57:36 AM

cchris_39: Do we really need to be spending taxpayer money on this?


Only if you're interested in saving teenage male lives:

http://www.medicinenet.com/script/main/art.asp?articlekey=51776
 
2014-03-01 08:00:50 AM

teenytinycornteeth: hitlersbrain:

Seriously though, if you're into BDSM you're best off being a gay man. The sexual spectrum for use heteros is monochrome... and dull, dull gray. Promoting non-vanilla sex to women of any age is akin to trying to sell fresh dog crap to a germaphobe.

Not sure if you're trolling, being sarcastic or kind of a sexist a-hole, but in my experience as a woman with great 'enthusiasm' for D/s, it's been quite a trial to find any kind of straight man to participate fully.


I'd be curious to get your straight female sub take on the gay female sub perspective in my novel.  Free sample link in my bio.
 
2014-03-01 09:16:55 AM

cchris_39: Do we really need to be spending taxpayer money on this?


I'd hazard to guess that it saves money in the long run.  Tax money spent on education generally does.

If you really want to make it purely a question of dollars and cents, then be prepared to PROVE it's a waste of money, rather than merely ASSUME it.
 
2014-03-01 09:19:23 AM

Agent Nick Fury: Neondistraction: geek_mars: when Nancy Reagan (Just Say No!) educated our nation's young people about the dangers of drugs, she wasn't promoting drug abuse.

Well, she wasn't intentionally promoting drug use, however statistics show that the whole D.A.R.E campaign (Just say no! was it's rallying cry) was a total failure and in many instances may have actually encouraged teenagers to try drugs.

Not that it has any bearing on this story.  I just can't help but point out, at every opportunity, what an abject failure our 'war on drugs' has been in every measurable way.

How is LBJ's War on Poverty working out?


Jesus said there would always be poverty (Matthew 26:11).  Are you defying God by arguing man's inability to totally eliminate poverty is a failure that should count against him?
 
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