Liberals are doing everything they can to completely undermine traditional family structure and parental authority. Many public schools have partnered with Planned Parenthood to being their sex education material into the classroom along with their birth control methods and liberal attitudes on sex. At one time, Planned Parenthood had a page on their website that gave minors instructions on how to obtain an abortion without their parents’ knowledge or consent.
Kids in early elementary school are being taught that sex is ok and normal and that they should try it, as long as they use safety, like condoms, to prevent pregnancies and diseases. Students in fourth grade are being taught about masturbation, graphic anatomy and how to use a condom along with homosexuality. Kids as young as fifth grade have been taught how to use condoms, including anal condoms. They also encourage kids try homosexual sex, telling them that it’s normal and acceptable. Then they tell them that they don’t have to obey or tell their parents.
To back up their efforts, they site the fact that teenaged pregnancy is down. What they don’t report is that teenage sex and even sex in preteens is at all-time record highs. A number of surveys have revealed that the vast majority of kids graduating or leaving high schools are already sexually active. Virginity is a rarity and even looked down on by many. The concept of sex being reserved only for marriage and only within a marriage is no longer taught in schools like it was when I went to school and it’s mocked and virtually abandoned.
The Obama administration helped promote the open sexual promiscuity of school kids. They also wanted every employer, regardless of religious beliefs to pay for free birth control for all of their employees. President Donald Trump just announced that he was ending the employer contraceptive mandate. Just when you thought things were improving, guess again.
Liberals are now continuing their efforts to undermine parental authority with a new app makes it possible for minors to purchase birth control without their parents knowing. The app and website is Nurx. On their home page, it states:
Delivered to you without a visit to the doctor.
With or without insurance. Starting at $15/month.
Available in CA,NY,DC,WA,IL,PA,VA,FL,MI,MO,MN,NJ,MA, and TX.”
On another page on their website, it tells how they work:
“Nurx is a hassle-free way to get birth control and PrEP delivered to you. Go to the Nurx home page and Click Get Started or Looking for PrEP? Get started in 3 simple steps:
- Select the prescription you’d like or select the option to get a doctor’s advice on which method might work best for you.
- Answer a few health questions.
- Enter your demographic information & complete your order.
A licensed medical provider will review your request and write a prescription once they’ve reviewed your health history. Nurx will fill and ship the prescription to you. The process takes about 3-5 business days once we receive your complete request with all the information we need. Nurx automatically refills and ships your prescription!”
“Birth control shipments take about 3-5 business days to arrive after you complete your prescription request. To speed up the process, make sure your request contains all the info our doctor will need:
Clear photo of your ID (passport, driver’s license, school ID, etc)
Complete health questionnaire
Up-to-date delivery address
Valid credit or debit card for any copays or out-of-pocket costs”
I first heard about Nurx on the news when they said that minors are using the site to obtain birth control pills without their parents knowing. Note, that all a kid needs is a valid school ID, which many schools automatically provide these days and the money to pay for it. The company contacts one of their ‘licensed medical providers’ to review and approve the prescription. It doesn’t necessarily involve the minor’s doctor, but some doctor paid by Nurx. Neither the minor’s parents nor the parent’s doctor will have any knowledge that their underage daughters are using birth control pills and probably sexually active. You know that once one kid learns of this app, they’ll all know about it.
Parents everywhere need to be aware of this app and legislative action needs to be taken to stop this app. Obviously, the licensed medical provider used by Nurx knows nothing about the person requesting the birth control and then only from the person who fills in the application and medical history questionnaire, which can be easily falsified. In addition to the implications of abusing parental authority, having the wrong birth control prescribed can be very dangerous to girl’s health.