Description - You're Teaching My Child What? by Miriam Grossman
If you think sex education is still about the birds and the bees, you're wrong. And it's not about science either. If you're a parent with children in the public school system, you need to know what's really going on.In You're Teaching My Child What? Dr. Miriam Grossman rips back the curtain on sex education today, exposing a sordid truth. Instead of teaching our children the facts of life, sex educators are lying to them, ignoring medical fact in favor of politicized, and dangerous, propaganda that could ruin your child's life forever. In You're Teaching My Child What? you'll learn what sex educators don't want you to know: * Why the discredited founder of "sexology"--dead for half a century--has more influence on sex education than today's most eminent neurobiologists * How information your child gets about common infections like herpes, warts, and Chlamydia is whitewashed * When "safe sex" isn't safe: why condoms won't protect your teens from some of the most serious sexually transmitted diseases * How sex educators try to normalize fringe behaviors--ignoring the health risks to your children The sex education establishment would like to lull you into thinking that they know best--but the epidemic of sexually transmitted infections in young people today is testimony to a system that's gone mad.
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Author Biography - Miriam Grossman
Miriam Grossman, M.D., is a board certified child, adolescent, and adult psychiatrist who began You're Teaching My Child What? as a senior fellow at the Clare Boothe Luce Policy Institute. Following the release of her last book, Unprotected: A Campus Psychiatrist Reveals How Political Correctness Endangers Every Student, published in November 2006 by Sentinel (Penguin), she was interviewed on more than 150 radio, news, and television shows. Dr. Grossman's work has received positive reviews in The Wall Street Journal, National Review, The Weekly Standard, The American Spectator, Townhall.com, NewsMax.com, and elsewhere. She is a contributing columnist at Townhall.com and speaks to parents, students, educators, and health professionals internationally on the dangers of political correctness in her profession. She lives in Los Angeles with her family and a beagle, Willie Prozac.