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‘…affordable access to medical care.’

Dr Day’s statements on healthcare for the elderly were that healthcare would become burdensomely expensive, making many medical treatments out of reach of all but the richest elderly in society. He also stated that health benefits would become directly linked to work, with those unemployed or retired becoming to be seen as a burden on…

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Fashion and sexuality

In the 1960s, the new era of liberation brought with it changes in the way people expressed their sexuality through the way they dressed. Although most of the population remained conservative in the way they dressed, there was a growing acceptance of revealing new fashion, such as the mini skirt. Beachwear such as the bikini…

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Pushing boundaries

In modern society, anyone of legal age can engage in any sexual activity they want, provided it is conducted in private, is consensual, the participants are of legal age, and does not involve significant mutilation or death, and in many countries, does not include animals. Otherwise people can choose to indulge themselves in everything from…

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Homosexuality

The next subject Dr Day talked about was homosexuality. According to Dr Dunegan, Dr Day said “People will be given permission to be homosexual”. It is curious that this would be included in the globalist’s plans for the future because homosexuality has (as far as we know from scholars) been part of human life since…

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Media and sex

The media has come to dominate our lives and the information we receive. From advertising, newspapers, television, and the internet, most of us tend to encounter some form of media in our average day. Sex in the media has always been something of a controversial subject. Books have been banned, newspaper articles and cinema censored,…

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Sex education

There was a time when young people learned about sex through trial and error when the time came to explore themselves and others, or anecdotes from peers. Most people went through their younger lives understanding little about sex or relationships. Often, attitudes towards sex were firmly based in the concepts of families or relationships, and…

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Contraception

The history of contraception is a long one, going back thousands of years to a time when women used mixtures made from fruit acids as a natural spermicide. In the 1600s, women used vaginal douches after intercourse, and the first commercial vaginal suppository was invented in 1885 by an English pharmacist, Walter Rendell, who used…