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t me investigating WAIT further – from the American Independent on the programs ties to anti-gay Ugandan Pastor Martin Ssempa.
Another story about ab-only program Project SOS in Florida. Again with ties to Pastor Martin Ssempa.
And some of my work on Iowa Family Policy Center, now The Family Leader, in Iowa. Anti-gay Christian organization that has gotten millions in federal funding.
Here is one about a similar group in Indiana.
Consider listening to the podcast I did with Below the Waist on ab-only. We covered a lot of ground and I put a fine point on the negative impact on young women by ab-only programming.
From SIECUS: Action Needed: NOW
In these economic times when all we hear from Congress is budget woes, we have received word that Congress is trying to bring back dedicated funding for abstinence-only-until-marriage programs that Congress’ own studies show just don’t work. We need to take action NOW to ensure that abstinence-only-until-marriage programs do not receive dedicated federal funding in the Fiscal Year 2012 budget.
Please take a couple of minutes to CALL the White House and the House and Senate Leadership in this order:
President Obama- 202-456-1414
Senate Majority Leader Reid.
behavior, where, for example, men reported more sexual partners when they weren't hooked up to the lie detector than whey they were. Women reported fewer partners when they were not hooked up to the lie detector than when they were. A similar pattern was found for reports of ever having experienced sexual intercourse.
Men and women had different answers about their sexual behavior when they thought they had to be truthful, Fisher said.
This result confirms what Fisher found in an earlier study, back in 2003 -- with one important difference.
Back in 2003, women went from having fewer sexual partners than men (when not hooked up to a lie detector) to being essentially even to men (when hooked up to the lie detector.)
In this new study, women actually reported more sexual partners than men when they were both hooked up to a lie detector and thought they had to be truthful.
Society has changed, even in the past 10 years, and a variety of researchers have found that differences between men and women in some areas of sexual behavior have essentially disappeared, she said.
Fisher said the results of the study may actually be stronger than what was found here. Although half the participants were not hooked up to the lie detector while completing the questionnaire, they had been hooked up before they started.
Some of the participants may have been made uncomfortable by being attached to the lie detector at first, and that may have led them to be more forthcoming and truthful than they otherwise would have been, she said.