Monthly Archives: September 2013
The main problem with sex education in Singapore is not the school’s choice to teach abstinence, but rather, the general lack of parental supervision and guidance at home. Many fathers and mothers have abrogated their responsibility by leaving all aspects … Continue reading
I refer to the article “Gynae admits to two counts of underage sex with 14-year-old” by Elena Chong, (10 Sep 2013). The despicable offences committed by Ong Theng Kiat are not just manifestations of his unlawful sexual desires but also … Continue reading
Abortion does not make you un-pregnant, it makes you the mother of a dead baby.
Should we be educating young people to have sex without values as a background? Should we depart from the previous emphasis on abstinence? Presenting them with an array of ‘choice’ is itself a value that is being imposed on sex … Continue reading