A Campus Psychiatrist Reveals How Political Correctness in Her Profession Endangers Every Student

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How the PC agenda on college campuses is endangering millions of students Radical social agendas have taken over campus health and counseling, and it’s making students sick. Dr Anonymous should know: she’s treated over 2000 students at a prestigious university, and seen first hand how the anything-goes, women-are-just like- men, “safer-sex” agenda harms our sons and daughters. After years of hesitation, she’s speaking up.In Unprotectedyou will learn: * About an Ivy League university’s health website that okays risky behaviors including S&M, “swinging”, and bestiality * How campus health centers hound students to stop smoking, eat right, get enough sleep, and wear sunscreen, but tacitly approve of promiscuity, and whitewash the consequences of sexually transmitted infections * How HIV education is distorted, causing hysteria among students who are at no risk for infection * How campus counselors focus on sexual orientation, abuse, molestation, cigarettes and caffeine, but neglect to ask students about abortion * How ideology-driven health services lead young women to believe they are just like men – and to pay a high price for it. * How, despite strong evidence of significant health benefits of church attendance and faith in God, psychology remains anti-religion -- an irrational, out-dated prejudice Dr Anonymous calls “theophobia” Parents, educators, and health providers are all disturbed and mystified by the epidemic of sexually transmitted infections on our college campuses, as well as the rampant depression, suicidal behavior, eating disorders, and cutting. Dr Anonymous has seen it all. The solution, she contends, is not Zoloft or condoms. Instead, she urges her colleagues to stop feeding students platitudes about diet and exercise and misinformation about “protection”. What campus counselors and health providers must do, she argues, is tell uncomfortable, politically-incorrect truths, especially to young patients in their most vulnerable and confusing moments.
Publisher: New York : Sentinel, 2006
ISBN: 9781595230256
Branch Call Number: 378.73 Anonymou
378.73 Anonymou
Characteristics: xxii, 200 p. ; 22 cm


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