Sex is now a 'right'

Daily Mail - The NHS is telling school pupils they have a 'right' to an enjoyable sex life and that it is good for their health. A Health Service leaflet says experts concentrate too much on the need for safe sex and loving relationships, and not enough on the pleasure it can bring. ......Under the heading 'an orgasm a day keeps the doctor away', the leaflet says: 'Health promotion experts advocate five portions of fruit and veg a day and 30 minutes physical activity three times a week. What about sex or masturbation twice a week?'
The general understanding of 'a right' to something, is that this something must be provided somehow. Lefties like to say that healthcare is a right, a right that someone else must provide and pay for. So if teenagers have a 'right' to enjoyable sex, does government now have to provide this, it's a 'right' isn't it? What if junior is too ugly and unpopular, does the taxpayer now have to pay prostitutes to fulfill junior's right to enjoyable sex.

And how do you prove enjoyable sex, after all, if you start providing call girls to junior, he'll figure out real fast that they're just not fulfilling his needs and more call girls are needed, will the nanny-state then deploy the orgasm police, thinking out loud here folks? Only leftists are so stupid that they need to have all the consequences outlined for them before their thick skulls are opened. Perhaps these lefties are just using this 'right' to enjoyable sex as a smokescreen to give themselves the ability to have sex with minors. They have a right and someone has to provide it you know.

While I'm on the subject of sex and teenagers, you know how lefties are always pushing sex-education for younger and younger children with such vigor? Well, turns out it's actually causing more of the problems they promised sex-education would fix, shock/horror, I know.
......It came to light just a week after it emerged that teenagers who took part in a £6million Government initiative to reduce teenage pregnancies were more than twice as likely to fall pregnant as other girls. The scheme tried to persuade girls not to get pregnant by handing out condoms and teaching them about sex.
So the evidence is clear, after the government spent £6million of taxpayers money educating teenage girls all about sex, more of the ones that were 'educated' than the ones that were ignorant, ended up pregnant. If they hadn't spent the 6million pounds the taxpayer and the girls would have been better off. Nothing in the article, but I doubt very much that the people who actually coughed up this 6million pounds can get even part of their money back.

In light of this, I say it's time that we tell government to get out of sex-education, it's plainly obvious that they can't do it, they shouldn't do it and they should stop wasting our hard-earned.

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