VIRGINOLOGY . ORGANIZATION GLOBAL
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GLOBAL VIRGINOLOGY . ORGANIZATION
Dr Halat’s endless list of reasons to remain a virgin until marriage
Reason # 1, # 2, # 3, # 4, # 5, # 6, # 7, # 8, # 9, # 10, # 11, # 12, Dozens more
Reason # 4: Be self-confident, know your privileges. Page 1.
There is a large time gap between puberty and maturity. All of us are born as virgins, but normal people do not dispute over virginity of newborns. The same normal people cast doubts on the value of virginity of immature teenagers who have not reached this stage of physical and mental development that allows them to make an informed choice. Immature young people are privileged by laws protecting their undisturbed development and should be aware of their privileges since convicted pedophiles who rape minors and condemned ephebophiles who ruin lives of mid-to-late adolescents are just the tip of the iceberg of those who persuade, induce, entice, or coerce minor children and adolescents to engage in activities which shorten the inborn stage of virginity  . Legal protection of virginity is nothing but a minimum national effort granted to virgins to protect their human rights and in fact legitimatises cruel exploitation of those young people who in spite of having reached the age of consent  are still far (5 and many more years ahead) from being physically, mentally, and socially ready to take responsibility for their choices. Sound families, communities and nations strive to protect all developmental stages of their teenagers and young adults and support protection of virginity until marriage   . These efforts are being undermined by discreditors of virginity who simply surrender to the culture of rape. Here is an example of counterproductive reasoning: “Another harmful cultural belief that makes women vulnerable to contracting HIV is the value placed on virginity. In some cultures, people believe that if a man has sex with a virgin woman he will be cleansed of his infections. Young, virgin girls and women are at a higher risk of being raped by men influenced by this common misperception. These girls and women are especially vulnerable to HIV because of the distinct injuries that result from forced sexual activity and the likelihood that their perpetrators have had multiple sexual partners .”
References and more reading:
 Roman Polanski
 Roman Polanski, violador de menores
 Worldwide ages of consent
 Women Wives Mothers: Values and Options
 Virginity Becomes a Commodity In Uganda's War Against AIDS
 Virgins oppose testing ban
 The Power Imbalance between Men and Women and its Effects on the Rampant Spread of HIV/AIDS among Women
Im a teen. Its obvious, Im a virgin.
The Declaration of the Rights of the Child was adopted by the General Assembly of the United Nations on 20 November 1959.
This document should not be confused with the International Convention on the Rights of the Child
which was adopted by the UN General Assembly on the thirtieth anniversary of this document, 20 November 1989. The International Convention on the Rights of the Child is a binding treaty to which all nations but USA and Somalia have become parties.
Declaration of the Rights of the Child (1959)
G.A. res. 1386 (XIV), 14 U.N. GAOR
Supp. (No. 16) at 19,U.N. Doc. A/4354.
official pdf document
PreambleWhereas the peoples of the United Nations have, in the Charter, reaffirmed their faith in fundamental human rights and in the dignity and worth of the human person, and have determined to promote social progress and better standards of life in larger freedom,
Whereas the United Nations has, in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, proclaimed that everyone is entitled to all the rights and freedoms set forth therein, without distinction of any kind, such as race, colour, sex, language, religion, political or other opinion, national or social origin, property, birth or other status,
Whereas the child, by reason of his physical and mental immaturity, needs special safeguards and care, including appropriate legal protection, before as well as after birth,
Whereas the need for such special safeguards has been stated in the Geneva Declaration of the Rights of the Child of 1924, and recognized in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and in the statutes of specialized agencies and international organizations concerned with the welfare of children,
Whereas mankind owes to the child the best it has to give,
The General Assembly
Proclaims this Declaration of the Rights of the Child to the end that he may have a happy childhood and enjoy for his own good and for the good of society the rights and freedoms herein set forth, and calls upon parents, upon men and women as individuals, and upon voluntary organizations, local authorities and national Governments to recognize these rights and strive for their observance by legislative and other measures progressively taken in accordance with the following principles:
Principle 1The child shall enjoy all the rights set forth in this Declaration. Every child, without any exception whatsoever, shall be entitled to these rights, without distinction or discrimination on account of race, colour, sex, language, religion, political or other opinion, national or social origin, property, birth or other status, whether of himself or of his family.
The child shall enjoy special protection, and shall be given opportunities and facilities, by law and by other means, to enable him to develop physically, mentally, morally, spiritually and socially in a healthy and normal manner and in conditions of freedom and dignity. In the enactment of laws for this purpose, the best interests of the child shall be the paramount consideration.
The child shall be entitled from his birth to a name and a nationality.
The child shall enjoy the benefits of social security. He shall be entitled to grow and develop in health; to this end, special care and protection shall be provided both to him and to his mother, including adequate pre-natal and post-natal care. The child shall have the right to adequate nutrition, housing, recreation and medical services.
The child who is physically, mentally or socially handicapped shall be given the special treatment, education and care required by his particular condition.
The child, for the full and harmonious development of his personality, needs love and understanding. He shall, wherever possible, grow up in the care and under the responsibility of his parents, and, in any case, in an atmosphere of affection and of moral and material security; a child of tender years shall not, save in exceptional circumstances, be separated from his mother. Society and the public authorities shall have the duty to extend particular care to children without a family and to those without adequate means of support. Payment of State and other assistance towards the maintenance of children of large families is desirable.
The child is entitled to receive education, which shall be free and compulsory, at least in the elementary stages. He shall be given an education which will promote his general culture and enable him, on a basis of equal opportunity, to develop his abilities, his individual judgement, and his sense of moral and social responsibility, and to become a useful member of society.
The best interests of the child shall be the guiding principle of those responsible for his education and guidance; that responsibility lies in the first place with his parents.
The child shall have full opportunity for play and recreation, which should be directed to the same purposes as education; society and the public authorities shall endeavour to promote the enjoyment of this right.
The child shall in all circumstances be among the first to receive protection and relief.
The child shall be protected against all forms of neglect, cruelty and exploitation. He shall not be the subject of traffic, in any form.
The child shall not be admitted to employment before an appropriate minimum age; he shall in no case becaused or permitted to engage in any occupation or employment which would prejudice his health or education, or interfere with his physical, mental or moral development.
The child shall be protected from practices which may foster racial, religious and any other form of discrimination. He shall be brought up in a spirit of understanding, tolerance, friendship among peoples, peace and universal brotherhood, and in full consciousness that his energy and talents should be devoted to the service of his fellow men.