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The magazine reported that she had done 'nothing wrong' - all she did was have a monogamous sexual relationship with a young man, later diagnosed with AIDS. She evidently had used condoms at the beginning of the relationship but since her greatest fear was becoming pregnant, she switched to the pill later on.
And my boyfriend's going to die [he did die eight months later]. What did I do wrong to deserve this? According to the article, she's 27 years old now and her white blood cell count which should be around is She dreams of living to her 30th birthday.
I disagree that she'd done 'nothing wrong'. She was ignorant of the consequences of sex outside of marriage and it's a well known fact that ignorance can kill us. I also disagree with the magazine's conclusion that condoms would have been the answer. According to Molly Kelly, who speaks to thousands of High School students each year, there is a percent failure rate in condoms.
This figure agrees with the findings of the condom manufacturers themselves, some of which have found that the AIDS virus is actually small enough to slip through a flaw in the latex in a condom which has not broken. As Molly puts it. Molly is not popular among some of the Christians because she stresses the practicality of remaining celibate outside of marriage rather than the religious aspects involved.
However for an apostate generation of children, most of whom have parents who have long ago forsaken religion, it makes sense to teach them the practicality of abstinence to keep them healthy so they may LATER learn about God who first warned us of the dangers of sexual promiscuity. When I was growing up, I was not from a Christian home but had no intentions of having sex outside of marriage I did not even allow touching until after my husband and I got married - he was celibate before marriage also.