Utah, bastion of depravity and sin ;)

My wife was searching for videos on sexually transmitted diseases to show her Biology class when she came across this one:


I'm a college professor and, well, a professional X-Mormon. Thus, ProfXM. I love my Mormon family, but have issues with LDS Inc. And I'm not afraid to tell LDS Inc. what I really think... anonymously, of course!

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2 Responses

  1. Guy Noir Private Eye says:

    OMG, How BACKWARDS can people of one state be?
    No Doubt: TBMs will attribute this to the decline in % LDS in the state, the phases of the Moon, and/or Rock Music.
    At a time when many jr Hi/Middle schools hand out condoms, give birth & disease control info/referrals, Ew-tah is (appears to me, anyway) Stuck in the abstinence rut.
    the Times, they are a changing…

  2. Hellmut says:

    I am glad that the health department officials are open about this problem.

    Sex will always be a challenge in any society but I expect that one could demonstrate that openness produces the best results. Sex is a drive, which means that to some degree it is beyond volition.

    My cousin Frank Wedekind’s drama Spring Awakening (1891), which has recently been rediscovered as a rock musical on Broadway, illustrates powerfully that children and adolescents require the open minded guidance of adults to deal with sex responsibly.

    Don’t do it is not responsible advice in light of the fact that many people will have sex regardless of prohibitions. The important thing is that young people understand sex. That requires that adults are honest to themselves and open to their charges.

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