In a shocking development, France is to extend its policy of offering free contraception to include girls aged under 14.
Until now the policy has included girls from the age of consent, but will now controversially include under aged girls as well. Young girls will be able to anonymously obtain contraception for free with parents left in the dark completely.
The previous policy included the phrase “at least 15 years of age”. However, this has been removed in the updated version meaning girls of any age can now get contraceptive products, including implants with the promise of anonymity if they request it.
Most medical treatments and consultations in France are chargeable with only a handful of exemptions where the state pays the cost. This includes abortion and contraception.
It is clear from these regulations that French authorities are doing everything they can to ensure young children can engage in sexual activities free from the ‘worry’ of having to face the natural consequences of sexual intercourse.
Free Contraception Encouraging Sexual Acitvity
Far from seeking to reduce sexual activity, all free access to contraception does is encourage more young people to become sexually active before they are in a stable relationship and married.
In effect, the French state is tacitly encouraging French children to participate in sexual activities which can be done without their parents ever knowing they have become sexually active. The state is yet again interfering in family life by putting themselves between parents and their children and offering to block parents from knowing what their own children are getting up to.
The consequences of this policy will be devastating. Contraception does not always work. Yet French teenagers will be lulled into a false sense of security thinking they cannot get pregnant. The meaning of sex is being deliberately skewed before young people are even fully developed meaning they are growing up with a skewed view of relationships and sex.
Lets pray for a turnaround. Lets pray for a generation to rise up who shun sexual activity outside of marriage. Let us pray for a generation to arise who are more concerned with rearing and nurturing the next generation rather than seeking a quick thrill that cheapens that which God created for the purpose of procreation.