28 06 11 - 20:50They tell us the key to bad science is finding cause/effect, not correlation.
Statistics tell us that one out of every four girls aged 14-19, and one out of every two black teenage girls has an STD. Each year, almost 750,000 teen pregnancies are reported, and 82% of those pregnancies are unplanned. Clearly, we have reason to worry. But telling girls not to have sex - our approach for so long - is a useless and, let's face it, insulting effort. When you deny an entire segment of the population an essential part of who they are, a part they have full right to, they often wind up using it in a self-destructive manner rather than as a natural part of their development. In other words, if teenagers getting STDs and becoming pregnant and acting out sexually is a cultural problem, then stigmatizing teenage sex only makes it worse - much worse. - Too Much Psychology Today
Like most liberal blather, this is incoherent, but there's so much wrong with it most people don't even bother to explain.
It's like talking to a six-year-old who wants to get to the moon on his tricycle.
Her first assumption is that sex is natural and we need to do it all the time, and that what's natural (including urges like rape) should be celebrated because it's natural. Tautological natural law is good by liberals, but actual natural law is a "fallacy" according to their propaganda.
Her second assumption is that the results of sex by teenagers -- by definition clueless -- are somehow ameliorated by acceptance.
Her final mistake is assuming that encouraging people to promiscuous or other short-term-mindset behavior does not wreck a society. It does.
In short, this woman is an overeducated retard. Speak in short sentences.