Skip to comments.Illinois Senate Passes Sex Ed Bill
Posted on 05/22/2013 1:47:41 PM PDT by stars & stripes forever
HB 2675 the comprehensive sex education bill now moves to Governor Patrick Quinns desk. This afternoon, the Illinois Senate voted 37 to 21 to pass HB 2675 after a one-hour heated debate...
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If this bill becomes law know that every K - 12 Illinois public school student will be indoctrinated in Planned Parenthood's Sex Education Cirriculum
Never could understand why people had to have school taught sex ed....after all it is a human instinct.....and....
the back seat of a ‘57 Ford at a drive in theatre...oooppps, forgot, drive in theaters no longer exist.....
Because teens in Illinois clearly don’t know enough about sex yet.
“Because teens in Illinois clearly dont know enough about sex yet.”
It looks like teens in Illinois learned everything about sex except ‘just say NO.’
As of June 1998, a total of 5,406 cases of HIV infection have been reported in Illinois residents ages 20 to 29 a group likely to have contracted the virus as adolescents.
In 2000, Illinois ranked third in number of cases and 19th for rate per 100,000 population among all states for chlamydia infections.
In 2000, Illinois adolescents ages 10 to 19 accounted for 12,957 cases of chlamydia (39 percent of total reported cases in Illinois).
In 2000, Illinois ranked third for number of cases and 12th for rate per 100,000 population among all states for gonorrhea infections.
In 2000, Illinois adolescents ages 10 to 19 accounted for 5,763 cases of gonorrhea (39 percent of total reported cases in Illinois).
In 2000, Illinois adolescents ages 10 to 19 accounted for 61 cases of early syphilis (8 percent of total reported cases in Illinois
According to the Illinois Department of Public Aid Teen Parent Services, nearly 4,100 Illinois women younger than 19 draw public assistance every year because of teen pregnancy.
In 2000, 11.4 percent of total Illinois births — or 21,108 babies — were born to teens.
Illinois ranks 18th out of all states for teen birth rates; the Illinois birth rate of 60.0 per 1,000 teens is significantly higher than the national rate of 56.8.