What Doctors Tell Kids Behind Closed Doors
Linda Harvey, WND.com
Visiting a family physician for a school sports’ physical, the boy was asked by the doctor, ”So, are you attracted to girls, to boys, or both?”
Stunned, the boy replied, “To girls,” and later recounted this exchange to his parents.
It’s becoming standard medical practice to approach homosexuality and bisexuality as normal.
And it’s common for adolescent patients to be counseled separately from parents during an office visit so a private conversation can occur about sexual practices, contraception, condoms and other “needs.”
Why this elitist social engineering of other people’s children? Parental control can be a child’s enemy, so the thinking goes, sometimes motivated by ignorance, fear and repression. Child emancipation/separation tactics are being pushed everywhere in medicine, as they are in public education.
“They” know what’s best for your kids.
Highly-educated professionals in a healing occupation who should know better sometimes discourage children from staying close to the people who care the most about them in the whole world. They often have contempt for traditional family values that may motivate a teen to remain responsibly abstinent until marriage.
Why keep the parents in the dark about medical advice? Friends of ours related a chilling incident that happened to their teen son.