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One of Planned Parenthood Ottawa’s sex-education programs that may be cut was specifically tailored for Muslim teenage girls.
“Young people are sexual beings,” states Planned Parenthood’s guidebook for teens titled ‘Exclaim: Young People’s guide to Sexual Rights’.If you went back to my first book, to , the book just previous to this one, was really about how the commercialized pink and sparkly girly-girl culture was teaching girls objectification, basically; it was teaching them that how they looked was more important than who they were.And my idea was that it was going to have impact down the road. I have a daughter who is almost 13, and I was thinking about these issues around her, and I was listening to my friends with older kids who were telling me stories about the hookup culture and sexting and binge drinking and – there’s a way when you’re the parent of a younger kid that you want to just not hear it, because parenting from ignorance and fear is always an excellent idea.Bookof Matches centers it's focus on matching people based on weighted like attributes in the following categories...Materialism - Smoke Preferences - Drinking Habits - Pets - Travel - Activity Levels - Working Habits - Spontaneity/Improvisation - Importance of Friends - Competition Mindset - Party Lifestyle - Stress - Physical Fitness - Marriage - Wanting of Kids - Stubborness/Laid Back - Movies/TV Watcher - Sexually Active - Cleanliness - Religion No other dating site gives you insight into the most relevant criteria of our daily lives.On her second day of high school, she was suspended for telling a teacher to “shut the f–k up.” Two weeks later she was kicked out for good.
“I just think they couldn’t put up with me,” says Mary, who cannot reveal her identity because she fears for her safety.
I’m not a “don’t want to deal with it” kind of a person, I’m a “let’s make it better before she gets there” kind of a person. The other thing that made the book so relevant, particularly relevant right now, was that we were having this umbrella conversation in the culture around sexual assault on campus.
That is a really, really crucial conversation, but it really should be the beginning point rather than an end point.
The guide states that it is “important for all young people around the world to be able to explore, experience and express their sexualities in healthy, positive, pleasurable and safe ways.” In the guide for teens, contraception is enshrined as a “right” of “every young person” and the organization advocates for the “removal of laws that require parental, guardian or spousal consent, which prevent young people from accessing effective contraceptive services.” Planned Parenthood also writes that it considers abortion a legitimate “pregnancy option” and also enshrines accessibility to that option as a woman’s right.
Siddiqui told Life Site News that she was “flabbergasted” by the values that Planned Parenthood was passing onto Muslim girls through the outreach program.
She’d been in downtown Ottawa for almost two weeks, forced to have sex with a long line of men.