I agree. I think we pro-lifers need to better articulate and develop these points. Liberals do not make the connection between undermining of the family and broken societies. When people attempt to deny the natural law, the natural law always has a way of asserting it's dominance.Fair enough. Allow me to amend my comments to suit the playing field.
There is no right to fornication or adultery listed anywhere in the Constitution or any of the founding documents of this country. Moreover, fidelity and marriage facilitate social harmony rather than what occurs when women are free to copulate with whoever they please. This isn't just a biological fact, but one that sociologists and psychologists have noted for quite some time. Marriage and laws against adultery originally allowed women a future apart from being a burden to their parents. It also allowed Beta males the opportunity to produce descendants. History also spotlights how civilizations decline with infidelity. Broken families lead to broken societies.
We can see today--that society is becoming more and more violent and more and more lawless. What is worse, liberal politicians lend a sympathetic ear to the criminal element believing them to be victims. There the liberal is right: the criminal element are victims to some degree. But they are incorrect on the reason that criminals are victims. Liberals think we have criminals becasue of oppression. They think crime is the cry of the oppressed. Unfortunately liberals do not make the connection between their liberal social values, the laws they pass to reflect these values, and the destruction of society. Thus, criminals are victims; victims of liberal values.
That is a good point. Liberals love to mock people for believing in abstinence. They mock Christians for their morality, especially Catholics. Teaching kids abstinence doesn't work the liberals cry. We have to teach sex education whereby students learn about how reproduction works and then teach them "safe sex." There, students learn about birth control and the proper use of prophalitics. These sex education programs---work no better than abstinence programs for the exact reasons you cite.Propping up contraception instead of abstinence doesn't really address the fact that too many people either can't comprehend how to use contraception, or don't have the discipline to use it. The underlying problem is probably a lack of self control so presenting solutions that require intelligence or self control are destined to fail. This is what we see. If contraception was a success, it would be a different story, but it isn't effective if people can't use it.
They would. The problem is--what if you want to get pregnancy down the line--when you married?Surgeries would put an end to the issue almost immediately. Perhaps I should add an effective propaganda campaign would facilitate those surgeries as well.