**Some 400 to 700 fifth- through ninth-graders attend the half-day Nobody's Fool conference in Waco each July. The program never mentions abortion, according to Planned Parenthood. The youngsters receive a book with chapters on homosexuality and masturbation, as well as illustrations of couples having sex, people examining their naked bodies and a boy putting on a condom. **
One of my neighbors down the street is a girl scout leader. They had a program planned like the one described above. She called me to invite my daughter, explaining that the program included useful information on sex, contraception and alternative sexual choices. egads. Did my daughter go? hahaha. NO. But a few weeks prior to this my daughter DID go to a Purity Conference. Perhaps I should invite her daughters to the next conference...? :o)
To: mrs tiggywinkle
How old is your daughter and where did you find the Purity convention?
I was a leader for Daisy GS. I bought a Brownie vest for the next year. After I read a few things about GS, the vest sits unused.
Everyone needs to understand this point as well. When you buy cookie, the troop gets 10 cents. The rest of that 3.00 is promoting this crap.
(Even the leaders have to pay 7.00 to run a troop!!)
posted on 03/04/2004 11:25:02 AM PST
(Bless the FReepers who helped convince Dad to homeschool!)
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