Sexually Transmitted Disease

By Cinthia Jahnsen The stork. An angel. Maybe a baby factory. A train. “Mom, where do babies come from?” Could this be one of the most dreaded questions that a parent is faced with? I was really worried about this topic of conversation when my kids became...

by Jackie Bowles It may sound good at first, but do the research to really understand all facets.   We’ve all had to endure “Sex Ed” at one point in our lives with its embarrassing movies and uncomfortable topics. Back in the day, while there was still concern...

by Erin Weist *The opinions expressed in this article are mine alone.  Each individual reserves the right to live and choose as they best see fit. I have seen a few articles recently touting the need for greater national exposure to the HPV vaccine, a series of...

by Diane Robertson Promiscuity has consequences. Since the 1960’s people have been trying to avoid the consequences by destigmatizing sexual choice. Social and school programs have been set up to support children born without a married mother and father. Free medical care is available to the...

by Jessica Westfall It's not new news that there are explicit sexual education programs being implemented throughout the western world. It's hard as a parent to know what to do. In May, Toronto held a boycott against the curriculum, almost 35,000 students didn't go to school in protest....

Maddi Gillel Have you noticed that often, in our society, things are not as advertised, reported, or perceived?  There is usually more to the story than a casual observation.-few subjects more so than the gay lifestyle.  The following is a link to a testimonial of this: http://barbwire.com/2014/05/17/love-story-happy-ending/...

Rachel Allison Last week I wrote about Hydeia Broadbent, a young woman’s crusade to stop HIV/AIDS. This week I want to write about some of the “lesser” sexually-transmitted diseases and other problems that are caused by “hooking up.” There are 19 million new infections of sexually transmitted gonorrhea,...

Rachel Allison At birth, Hydeia Broadbent was abandoned at the University Medical Center of Southern Nevada in Las Vegas where Patricia and Loren Broadbent adopted her as an infant. Although her HIV condition was congenital, she was not diagnosed as HIV-positive with advancement to AIDS until...