Abstinence is unrealistic and old fashioned

(More brilliance from the Matt Walsh blog. A while ago, he blogged about the common thought older generations share, that “kids today have it easy,” and why this is not true. I would elaborate on this point of his, saying that this is another greatly sad example of why kids today do NOT have it easy. They are swimming in a world that views morality with a “meh” attitude, and then constantly told they need to “find themselves.” I can’t imagine anything more confusing.)

The Matt Walsh Blog

From my inbox, an email from a high school student named Jeremy:

“Dear Matt, first I want to say I really like your blog. One of my teachers actually mentioned it in class once after you wrote something (she didn’t mention it in a good way lol) and I went and looked you up so I’ve been following you ever since. I know you get so much email so I don’t expect you to see this but in case you do I wanted to get your opinion about something. You write a lot about relationships and everything so I’m wondering if you think abstinence should be encouraged in school?

Reason I’m asking is because we are doing our sex ed lessons in health class now and the topic has come up. Yesterday my health teacher was talking about safe sex and someone mentioned abstinence and she said it wasn’t realistic…

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3 thoughts on “Abstinence is unrealistic and old fashioned

  1. I read the 2 that you re-posted and sort of delved into his past posts, just have to sift through and find the golden nuggets of wisdom.

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