Foreign Literature of Reproductive Health Bill

Topics: Sexually transmitted disease, Birth control, Family planning Pages: 4 (1090 words) Published: March 5, 2013
The proposed Reproductive Health Bill will be the start of moral degradation and the destruction of family life in the Philippines. Having studied Mariology at the Marianum in Rome and having understood myself the exegesis of chapter twelve of the Book of Revelations on The Woman and the Dragon and relating it to the proposed Reproductive Health Bill, I can clearly say that the proposed Reproductive Health Bill is in reality a subtle and Satanic attack against family life and the lives of the unborn children.

The Proposed Reproductive Health Bill promotes value-free sex education for children and adolescents that encourage them to be promiscuous and which destroy parental authority by over-emphasizing children’s reproductive and other rights. Section three of the Reproductive Health Bill targets adolescents or young people. The objective is to make them sexually active because the adolescents or young people represent a huge market for family planning activities such as selling of contraceptives such as pills and condoms.

Section twelve of the Reproductive Health Bill speaks of Mandatory Age-Appropriate Reproductive Health Education which shall be given to grade five up to fourth year high school students for a total of six years. This value-free sex education is actually a violation of parent rights to educating their children according to the spiritual and religious values. Sex education will be taught for a total of six years! Longer than it takes to get a college degree! The bill has a punitive aspect for anyone who would oppose it once it has been approved. Even an intent to oppose the approved bill will mean one to six months of imprisonment or a fine ranging from 10,000 to 50,000 pesos. His Eminence Gaudencio Cardinal Rosales during the recollection of the clergy of the Archdiocese of Manila said that this is unbelievable. Not even foreign countries have such punitive penalties. I have heard from some bishops and many priests, if this will be the...
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