Abstinence-Only Education

support for abstinence-only education is being debated in
Congress, with crucial votes on appropriations for the program
expected in the Fall. NCAC and other organizations endorsing
the Joint Statement
Against Abstinence Education
are renewing their efforts
to educate lawmakers and the public about the First Amendment
issues raised by this form of censorship of sex education
in public schools.

of NCAC’s publication, containing the Joint Statement against
abstinence education and reasons why First Amendment supporters
should oppose federally-mandated abstinence-only education,
are available upon request, free of charge.

»  Abstinence-Only Education: A Joint Statement
»  Fact Sheet
»  Online Press Kit


»  Letter to President Bush on Funding for Abstinence-Only Programs

Press Releases:

»  35 Free Speech Groups Launch Campaign to Oppose Government Censorship of Sexuality Education
»  NCAC Applauds Release & Conclusions of U.S. Surgeon General’s Report on Sexual Health & Behavior

Related Articles in CENSORSHIP NEWS:

»  Love & Marriage: You Can’t Have One Without the Other
»  Anti-Censorship Sex Ed Campaign Taking Off
»  Sex-Ed: NCAC Launches Anti-Censorship Campaign


more information contact:

Gary Daniels,
Affairs Coordinator
National Coalition Against Censorship
212-807-6222 x22