GLOBAL SEX DEVIANCE ADVOCACY
233emotive reasons, sexual images and words are intrinsically intimate,private and volatile. Any ideas that
youthful sexual conductinevitably
youthful sexual conduct, which is universallyunderstood to be disruptive of child development and civil society.
In other words, research supports what logic, intuition and religiousstudy has demonstrated for years,
early sex education increasesearly sexual activity.Advances in the brain sciences have established that school
does not only inform, but also imprints young immature brains with sexual ideations at an age when children are largelyincapable of cognitive, mature analysis. Sam Wang, StanfordUniversity neuroscientist, explains:
Now . . . we can chart the workings of the brain and the rest of thenervous system in remarkable detail to explain how neurons,synapses, neurotransmitters, and other biological processes produceall the experiences of everyday life. . . [f]rom. . .infancy to the act of learning a skill, falling in love, getting a joke, revising an opinion, oreven forgetting a name . . . .
As it turns out, although we perceive that we have
andcan resist undesired messages, in fact, the brain often determines ourcourse of action without cognitively processing arguments anddiscussions. Neural processes are strengthened, like a muscle, bytraining and education. These processes establish what peopleremember, believe, and even cognitively, emotionally, and spirituallyact on. Consequently, exposure to early, frequent and explicit sexeducation will trigger emotionally driven sexual beliefs, drives and,inevitably, conduct.
A well-recognized example of this phenomenon of learning andcognition is the ability of young children to master a foreign languagecompared to adults. The specialized functions of specific brainregions, such as those that control language, are not fixed at birth butshaped by experience and learning, so young developing brains canmore readily process and master the information associated with
Jeremiah S. Strouse, Edgar C.J. Long & Nancy Buerkel-Rothfuss,
Gender and Family as Moderators of the Relationship Between Music Video Exposure and Adolescent Sexual Permissiveness
, Sept. 1995.3. Sam Wang,
Neuroscience of Everyday Life
, http://ebookee.org/Neuroscience-of-Everyday-Life-Video-Course-_1105734.html (last updated Mar. 22, 2011).4. J