Endangered Species: The Youth In America

Posted on October 9, 2010, by , under blog talk radio, Book reviews, sex and the saints, HIV/AIDS, commentary on the news, world events, editorial solutions publishing, Natasha David-Walker, Phhealthed, sex and the saints, talking to tasha radio show, Video & Podcast.

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I am disgusted. I still don’t hear much about HIV/AIDS in America given the statistics, meanwhile back at the farm (the funny farm, also called Holly-weird) sex rules the day, drugs are glorified, the church is vilified, and most of us still can’t decide which side of the fence we are on! I’m not hating on the film industry, I’m just wondering when Christians will get as serious about what we believe as they are about what they believe. If we say we believe in the Word of God, sex within marriage is what the Bible promotes as God’s Plan. Get with the program, say it loud and say it proud…abstinence needs to be promoted in the homes and churches, and the communities and schools need to embrace a direct, but wholesome discussion about sex all across America. I know we are in a financial melt-down and grant funding has gotten scarce, but the rate of HIV infections will probably significantly increase with the increase of meth and crack users, imagine how much money you will need for drug and HIV intervention. Not to mention the prisons are filled to capacity with many people who need treatment and HIV education. By Any Means Necessary we need to reach the youth, but until we collectively take this crisis seriously…I remain disgusted!

4 Replies to "Endangered Species: The Youth In America"

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Emad  on December 25, 2015

Hi ! Hoping this information can help you HIV can be separd through sexual contact including oral, vaginal, and anal sexthrough blood via blood transfusions (now very rare in the U.S.) or needle sharing,from mother to child a pregnant woman can transmit the virus to her fetus through their shared blood circulation, or a nursing mother can pass it to her baby in her breast milkPeople who become infected with HIV may have no symptoms for up to 10 years, but they can still pass the infection to others. After being exposed to the virus, it usually takes about 3 months for the HIV ELISA blood test to change from HIV negative to HIV positive.HIV has separd throughout the U.S. The disease is more common in urban areas, especially in inner cities.If you are in doubt, I think you need to visit your nearest local std testing centers.

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Dedicated server  on March 22, 2016

Alternatively, students may depict a species that was previously on the endangered species list but is now considered recovered. You can choose a species from this list .

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Founder  on April 19, 2016

I reserve the right to establish subject matter on my website. There are certain endangered mammals in the world, but I chose NOT to discuss those mammals because they are NOT germane to the Black Lives Matter Movement nor the ALL Lives Matter Movement in terms of the HIV dilemma. Please, do inform me when you set up a website/post related to whatever endangered species you are interested in exploring and I will most surely post a reply. The youth in America are an endangered species in an un-recovered state.

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Founder  on April 19, 2016

Thank you for that very useful information. I appreciate the commentary.

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