UNFPA Seeks Blessing from The World’s Most Secular Religious Leaders

For many years UNFPA leadership has maintained that religion is one of the biggest barriers to people’s enjoyment of their “sexual rights”. The United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) has teamed up with the Church of Sweden to convince religious leaders to accept abortion, contraception, and the sexual autonomy of children.

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Punish the Rapist, Welcome the Child: Interview

Lianna Rebolledo was 12 years old when two men kidnapped her while she was walking to a local shopping mall. Nine months later she gave birth to a baby girl. Today she travels to shelters all over Latin America giving hope to girls pregnant from rape by sharing her story.

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The war on abstinence and fidelity

A recent comment in The Lancet makes the case that when it comes to international HIV/AIDS prevention, abstinence and fidelity should be abandoned in favor of comprehensive sexuality education (CSE)….

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The Family Hangs in the Balance as UN Conference on Housing Nears

New global plans for urban development may for the first time fail to direct any attention at all to the specific needs of the family as America and Europe try…

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