Listed below are organizations The CSPH DOES NOT SUPPORT, but rather wants you to be aware of due to their agendas. It’s important to keep an eye on the organizations that are hard at work trying to limit sexual freedoms.
All information compiled here was copied from the organizations’ About Us pages.
“Concerned Women for America (CWA) is the nation’s largest public policy women’s organization with a rich 30-year history of helping our members across the country bring Biblical principles into all levels of public policy. There’s a cultural battle raging across this country and CWA is on the frontline protecting those values through prayer and action.
We focus on six core issues: the family, the sanctity of human life, religious liberty, education, pornography and national sovereignty.”
“MORALITY IN MEDIA, INC is a national, not-for-profit organization established in 1962 to combat obscenity and uphold decency standards in the media. It maintains the National Obscenity Law Center, a clearinghouse of legal materials on obscenity law, and conducts public information programs to educate and involve concerned citizens.”
“XXX Church is designed to bring awareness, openness and accountability to those affected by pornography. We are an online community that tours the world speaking at colleges, churches and community centers. XXXchurch.com exists to help those who are in over their heads with pornography, both consumers and those in the industry.
Famous for bringing you the phrase ‘Every Time You Masturbate God Kills a Kitten’”
“Stop Porn Culture! is a group for those willing to ask these questions – activists and academics, young people and parents, organizers and ordinary people. We are no longer willing to accept the ways the pornography industry has pushed its way into our lives, distorting our conceptions of sex and sexuality. We are ready to fight back.”
“LifeNews.com is an independent news agency specifically devoted to reporting news that affects the pro-life community. With a team of experienced journalists and reporters, LifeNews.com reaches more than 250,000 pro-life advocates each week via its web site, email news reports, and weekday radio program.”
“The National Organization for Marriage (NOM) is a nonprofit organization with a mission to protect marriage and the faith communities that sustain it.
NOM works to develop political messaging, build its national grassroots email database of voters, and provide political intelligence and donor infrastructure on the state level, with a focus on developing new strategies for increasing influence in the Northeast and West Coast, where marriage is most under threat.”
“Family Research Council (FRC) was founded in 1983 as an organization dedicated to the promotion of marriage and family and the sanctity of human life in national policy.
Through books, pamphlets, media appearances, public events, debates and testimony, FRC’s team of experienced policy experts review data and analyze proposals that impact family law and policy in Congress and the executive branch. FRC also strives to assure that the unique attributes of the family are recognized and respected through the decisions of the courts and regulatory bodies.”
“We support constitutional amendments and federal and state legislation to protect the institution of marriage and the equally important roles of father and mother.We honor the fulltime homemaker and her rights in joint income tax returns. We oppose the feminist goals of stereotyping men as a constant danger to women, while at the same time pushing women into military combat against foreign enemies.
Eagle Forum successfully led the ten-year battle to defeat the misnamed Equal Rights Amendment with its hidden agenda of tax-funded abortions and same-sex marriages.”
“This isn’t the standard anything-goes-as-long-as-you-use-protection kind of sex ed website. ‘Safer sex’ guidelines were developed before you were born, but now we live in a different world. Now we’re fighting a horde of bugs, and the bugs are winning. It’s no longer enough to communicate with your ‘partners’, get tested, and use condoms. In this century, if you wish to avoid genital infections, you need a different plan.
This is a protect-yourself-because-no-one-else-will kind of sex ed website. The information you’ll find here generally isn’t taught in traditional sex ed courses. It isn’t glamorous or sexy, either. It is pure medical science – about you and your body – compiled by a physician with years of experience counseling students at a major university health care center.”