Friday, January 28, 2011

Teens challenged to embrace abstinence

After nine years counseling young women at a crisis pregnancy center, Pam Stenzel got tired of hearing “Nobody told me.” Once she realized how many girls were “clueless” about the risks involved with sexual activity, she launched her new career: telling as many teens and parents as possible about the risks.

Stenzel will be in Vancouver to tackle today's tough issues in educating our kids about sexuality, with candour, insight and humour while challenging them to embrace the benefits of abstinence. She is speaking at Catholic high schools and will also present two talks to parents Feb. 7 and 9.

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