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Why are some conservatives against contraception and birth control?

Most aren’t.A small minority of conservatives, including strict old-school Catholics, are against some forms of contraception, like the pill and anything that prevents a fertilized egg from implanting in the uterus. The theory there is that the fertilized egg is a human already.I am very active in my Catholic church community, and I can say with certainty that no one there under the age of 60 agrees with the official Catholic teachings on contraception.What many conservatives are against is:federal government funding of birth control.forcing employers to provide insurance which covers birth birth control to students in public school without parental consent.allowing children under the age of 18 to have abortions without parental consent.late-term abortions.You’ll notice that the first two on that list are different forms of: “sounds like a personal problem you got yourself into… don’t expect me to pay for it.” (Yes, I know, some very small percentage of abortions are due to rape and incest. The vast majority are not.)The third and fourth things on the list are more about the rights of the parent taking precedence over the rights of the State. The State says that the parents are legally responsible for their children until they are 18. That child can’t sign a contract until they are 18. They can’t buy cigarettes, go into a casino, watch a porn (legally), or do many other things until they are 18. Yet, in some places, including here in Chicago, they can go to their school nurse and not only get all the taxpayer-funded condoms they want, they can also have an IUD put in, without the parents’ knowledge. And, in some places, they can have an abortion, without the parents’ knowledge.

Is it bad to hate the teens that ask things like “I'm 14 and pregnant what do I do”?

As someone who was one of those teens, but at 16, perhaps we can talk about this another way? Actions have consequences. I made dumb choices. I thought I understood how the birth control I was using worked but I didn’t. Wrong on me. Being a teen parent is brutally tough. I was luckier than most. I had somewhat supportive family, despite the overall dysfunction. I had some financial resources. I was smart and I worked hard. By the time I graduated college, I weighed 103 pounds. I am 5 foot 9 inches tall. I had two pair of jeans, some good clothes for church and clinical. But my kid never went hungry and was “a little fashion plate” according to the day care. I didn’t date, I didn’t get to do any of the fun things my peers did. I made it but it was no picnic and Jae deserved a better parent. I did the best I could and I got very lucky to have a healthy, sweet, smart child.I was super scared. I made an appointment with my mom (forget about talking with my very abusive dad) to tell her. She said, I thought so, what are you going to do. I came up with a plan before the meeting, cause I was on my own. I had people telling me, at length, all the statistics, all the reasons I was going to be a terrible mom and a failure and nothing but a drag on society. They were the no sympathy for the idiot crowd. People who didn’t even know me except very casually felt perfectly free to opine about me and my life. And because I felt like that idiot, because I was a scared teen, I said not a word in my own defense. And except for one friend, neither did anyone else. Suddenly, all talk of my future stopped from teachers and any other adults. I no longer had one in their eyes. It was over. I was told that I was going to wind up on welfare with a half dozen kids by the time I was 25, living in a trailer somewhere. Well, I was already living in a trailer with my younger brother and sister on the family farm. Kinda got that one.Maybe, just maybe, those teens are asking because no one else sees any possibilities for them except doom? Except being a statistic? Because their brains aren’t formed even if their hormones are going nuts? And they live in a society that hypersexualizes young girls? Or that most of the “daddies” are adults? And no one is coming after them. The dad’s don’t bear any visible signs or stigma and are getting off without any consequences in many cases. In some, girls are married to their adult “consensual” (and just how can an underage girl consent hmmm?) partner as the “solution”. Because that will make things all right. Ignoring how many more of them wind up in domestic violence situations and divorced with more children a few years later.So maybe, instead of hating, educating yourself on what forces might have led to this situation occurring. Look at policies like abstinence only programs that have worse outcomes than comprehensive sex ed programs. Look at social determinants of health and our larger social attitude toward female sexuality. Look at what you can do to stop this from happening. And once it has, be the grown up who doesn’t do what was done to me as a teen. Be a grown up who believed in someone like me. My kid turned out more than OK. So did I. Growing up together is not the way to do it in an ideal world. My world was never, ever an ideal one.But that cycle can be broken. My sister had her first child even younger than I did. Sis is a regional officer in a large bank now. She has two kids, the nice house, active in her church. Upstanding, taxpaying citizen. I have a PhD in nursing. Some guidance from a concerned adult, a little kindness when we were scared and overwhelmed, even just not hatred, would have been majorly helpful. You don’t have to approve. Just try to comprehend and not harm someone who is already vulnerable.

How do members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormons) view the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (FLDS Church)?

I can’t answer for others, but I can answer for myself. Since I lived near the main enclave of FLDS people in Southern Utah and Northern Arizona, and went to college with a few of them, I can give my opinion.Prior to Warren Jeffs becoming their leader, the FLDS people were somewhat closed and secretive when people came through their communities. They developed this attitude because they couldn’t be sure who was there to spy on them and who was just passing through.Their leader, the father of Warren Jeffs, wasn’t the despot that Warren is. They did conduct some low key media drives to get more converts to expand their population and reduce inter-breeding. While I’m sure there were some child-bride issues, most of the marriages occurred when the bride was at least 16, which was the legal age in Utah and Arizona for a girl to marry with her parents’ consent.At college, I had classes with a Barlow, a young man with two wives at the time. He was studying education. He was quiet, but respectful. He seemed to love both wives and treated them appropriately.The other was an older lady. I don’t remember her name. She was much more outspoken. She had been a school teacher and was back in college, studying political science. She, of course, was married to a man with more than one wife. He and his other wives still lived in Hildale or Colorado City. She was attending college 90 miles away with his blessing and probably Jeff’s blessing. She provided additional insight into their community in classroom discussions.So while I don’t accept or condone the FLDS, I had respect for them. Once Warren Jeffs became their leader, things changed. He became a despot, sex-driven leader. He no longer tried to follow the teachings of the Book of Mormon and Bible and of Joseph Smith and Brigham Young. Instead, it was one big power-fueled ego trip for him and his close associates. They expelled young men from their society so they could marry the younger girls. They controlled everyone. No longer did they act with the best intentions for their people, but for their own gratification.Polygamy never can be sustained long term. At some point, there are not enough women for every man to have multiple wives. Yet for the FLDS, the only way that a man could reach the highest levels of heaven is to have multiple wives. Without the influx of new women into the society, two things were bound to happen.Older men would have to take wives from younger generations and thereby deny their own sons the chance to marry. This would eventually lead to political upheavals, which we saw happen beginning in the 1990s and continuing on with the FLDS.Since their society had a limited number of people—I think around 20K people—and most of the older men having 4 - 7 wives, it doesn’t take too long for in-breeding to happen as the gene pool starts to constrict. This is also happening with the FLDS. There is a much larger number of genetically undesirable traits, i.e., children born with deformities and limited mental abilities among the FLDS than in the US population as a whole.Little wonder that the Book of Mormon in Jacob 2:23 and 24 actually condemns polygamy. Then in verse 30 he offers an exception to the general rule, “For if I will, saith the Lord of Hosts, raise up seed unto me, I will command my people; otherwise they shall hearken unto these things.”For those who believe that the LDS church is true and lead by a prophet, Polygamy was reinstated for a limited time to do just that. To raise up a righteous generation. Only 5 - 10% of the men in the main LDS church body during Brigham Young’s time actually practiced polygamy. Yet according to an informal study of LDS students at BYU and repeated at many LDS institutes in the 1960’s and 70’s, it was found that nearly 50% of the active LDS students enrolled in Institute classes or at BYU had an ancestor who came from a Polygamist family.Yet this was never intended to be a long term practice. This was not understood at the time polygamy was done away with in the LDS church by Wilford Woodruff. It was his declaration that the saints no longer would live this practice that caused the creation of the FLDS church. For nearly a century, they tried to live as their ancestors did during the time of Brigham Young, but with the ascension of Warren Jeffs as their leader, this all changed. Today, I feel sorry for the rank and file of the FLDS people. For their leaders, I only have contempt.

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