Sunday, April 15, 2007

...others were made that way by men.

The man in the picture to your left in a living example of what happens when good intentions has too much to drink one night...

Deltano conducted two assemblies at the school on Oct. 12. Mainstream Loudoun, in the letter from its President Katherine Hawes, argued that Deltano's claims that condoms fail 10 percent of the time and that contraception doesn't work are misleading and inaccurate.

Hawes asks: "Is Mr. Deltano really qualified to conduct a curriculum-related program on sex?"

Loudoun County High School Principal William Oblas said Deltano was invited after the encouragement of a parent. He said the presentation contained nothing inappropriate and Deltano's message was one that is beneficial to students.

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Hawes, who indicated she attended the assembly, said that Deltano cherry-picked facts, gave children inaccurate and incomplete information and misrepresented the effectiveness of condoms.

"On a personal level, I'm a parent," Hawes said. "We will encourage our children to wait. But at the same time we want them to get [complete and unbiased information]."

...and ends up conceiving a bastard-child with sheer and utter stupidity.

The critique of Deltano's performance at Dominion High was conducted by the Sexuality Information and Education Council of the United States. It included criticism of his decision to demonstrate the ineffectiveness of condoms against HIV by dangling a cinderblock over a male student's genital area. The group said the drill gave a message of fear and shame and misrepresented statistics about condom failure.

(Emphasis mine)

You've all heard of "safe-sex". Well, thanks to our buddy Keith, now there's "dangerous-abstinence". Keith Deltano is an former military police-officer, former public school teacher, and self-described "serious-comedian" that gets invited to speak at public schools in order to promote sexual abstinence. He is also accompanied by a "friend"/alter-ego of his, a white rapper that known as "Thick Sunny", a pseudonym left untouched by the hardworking men and women of the porn industry because taking such a name would be beneath their dignity.

Well, there's some interesting news on his website. He's holding a T-shirt design contest:

Create and submit a T-shirt design that promotes sexual abstinence. T-shirt can be cutting edge comedy, drama, or any other “form” you think might work. You can even “morph” other current T-shirt designs to fit your purpose. Design may be front and back or just front or just back. Please include words and graphics. The design must incorporate (in some way) the web site name www.VirginityRocks.com. You can drop off the www if you want to. However, VirginityRocks.com must be in the design theme. Themes can be disease avoidance, going for goals, sex as a threat to health, why sex and love are not automatically connected, why love is more than sex, a theme from my show. Or anything else you can think of that promotes sexual abstinence. Your imagination is the limit, just no profanity or graphic images.

A panel of teens will pick the edgiest T-shirt that best promotes abstinence in an attention getting manner. This needs to be a shirt that TEENS will want to wear. In other words, it’s not important that I like it, but rather other teens will like it.

The winning designer will receive a check for 100 dollars, I will record a message for their cell or ipod, and 20 free shirts for friends and family. The winner will be announced on June 25th.

GOOD LUCK!

"Edgy" T-shirt that "promotes abstinence"? How can something be "edgy" if it's promoting something white, middle-class, conservative-Christian parents are for? Nevertheless. This looks like a job for the Cynic Sage:

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