A new attraction in Bournemouth
Picture the scene. You’re on a family holiday at the seaside. You’ve sat on the beach for days only to get pink and blotchy, the kids have frittered away six months’ pocket money in the ‘amusements’, you’ve eaten more fish suppers than a Glaswegian and you think you’ve lost your camera. What’s still to do? Doh! Of course, take the kids to the ’sex bus’ parked on the promenade outside one of the amusement arcades.
Your thirteen year old children (or younger, as they don’t check dates of birth) can be tested for STDs and receive a free condom holder and ‘educational’ DVDs. Without your knowledge, of course, because the State owns your children now.
The mindset throughout government departments and quangos, local councils and government-funded ‘charities’ is that they must do everything to prevent pregnancy. According to the Telegraph:
Officials behind the “Summer of Love” scheme claim it educates children and reduces the rate of teenage pregnancies.
Of course, there have been the usual arguments between family groups and the liberal intelligentsia. The former insist that free condoms and all that information is making matters worse and the liberals think they should just shut up and let our caring, sharing government take full control. You know, the ones who lie for a living, wage war, throw away our sovereignty and have piled a huge mountain of debt onto the very same children they are dishing out the ‘free’ condoms to.
Basically, the losers who run the country think that encouraging children to bonk like Duracell bunnies will help ‘prevent teenage pregnancy’. Even if that were true, which it’s not, don’t they even care about the mental and emotional scars that their tactics are leaving behind on a whole generation? The girls who feel dirty and used; the regrets; the diseases that make successful child-bearing less likely; the youngsters who become so used to sex as ‘recreation’ that they don’t know how to form a lasting relationship when they are older.
Tim Fewell, head of youth service at Bournemouth council, said: “This is very much focused on the idea of encouraging young people to delay sexual activity until they are ready.
So, you park a bus outside an amusement arcade – on Friday evenings, incidentally – call it the “Summer of Love”, hand out little gifts like condom holders, offer a testing facility on subsequent Fridays for youngsters to hopefully get any nasty disease cleared up quickly – and this is supposed to delay sexual activity?
Is he a) stupid or b) stupid?
Answers on a postcard to Bournemouth Council.