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ropata

Perhaps it's time for the World Vision approach (ABC) which has been quite successful at reducing AIDS in Afica:

Abstinence (best option)
Be faithful (good option)
Condom (last resort)

peter

Ropata

In this thread you speak sense!!

fugley

Abstinence - we are "designed" to procreate, our urges only held in by social controls. And it doesn't work, the urge is too strong.

Be faithful - again, social conditioing. man is programmed to reproduce, in fact, that is the sole imperative of EVERY life form on the earth - to spread its genes.

Condom - Yep, a damned good idea! As is avoiding homosex.

Far better that we provide decent sex education while science works on a cure and a vaccine.

dad4justice

"Abstinence - we are "designed" to procreate, our urges only held in by social controls. And it doesn't work, the urge is too strong."

Is that stan or fugly saying that?

ropata

fugley: Reproduction is the "sole imperative of EVERY life form"?!

I'm hoping this comment is hyperbole. Yes it's a fundamental drive, but abstinence and faithfulness are certainly achievable. These approaches are only rubbished by ideologues who care more about their sexual agenda than the very real impact on human lives that can arise from a change in attitudes.

ropata

whoops, messed up the HTML!

reid

fugley: "in fact, that is the sole imperative of EVERY life form on the earth - to spread its genes...And it doesn't work, the urge is too strong."

fugley your ignorance is astounding. The difference between man and other animals perhaps excluding whales, is that we are sentient beings.

As such we are subject to a different framework of law and expected behaviour. I don't mean man-made law I mean natural law. The correct interpretation and application of natural law is peace, prosperity and happiness.

Rather different from the pointless and selfish behaviours we all daily witness, but that's because we don't apply it or understand it correctly.

Perhaps I've misunderstood, but your comment suggests that because you and some others have such weak control over your own instincts, and because you make no distinction between your own weakness and others who may possess more self-control, that you conclude therefore the right path is that the law should pander to you and your ilk.

I hope I have misunderstood and you can correct me, but if I haven't then your comment speaks volumes about you and the erroneous interpretations to which you subscribe.

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