Saying about what? Abstinence? You don't think there's a faction of the religious right trying to teach abstinence instead of contraception and safe sex? The Hobby Lobby Supreme Court case I linked is an example of what I'm talking about. They fought to be able to deny covering any medical related to preventive care or abortions based on their personal religious beliefs. That was a huge one. That's what I'm talking about.
Are you seriously saying that there isn't a push from theocracy toward abstinence instead of teaching safe sex?
I know about people recommending abstinence, it's the other crazy stuff you spout and Hobby Lobby is only one privately-owned company, so they can do what they want, more or less. If the employees don't like it, they're free to stay and complain, or leave. I'm not advocating for their position or saying it's right, but they do have some freedoms publicly-held and government entities don't.
Well, you have to admit- if someone abstains, it's harder for them to become pregnant. I guess if they don't want the kids frumping up a pile of critters, they can think and teach what they want but as soon as someone is told "Stop that!", it's the first thing they'll want to do. For some, it sticks, for others, they'll do whatever they want.
I don't go to church- maybe a Catholic can let us know how they reconcile the Pope condoning the use of condoms. OTOH, I haven't been to an Evangelical service, nor am I likely to.