So rather than teaching kids to use condemns, how to put them on, etc., they present the kids with statistics showing how ineffective they are.
It drove me batty. It was all I could do to not say, "well, grown ups have sex all the time. Really, you guys wouldn't believe often Daddy and I have sex. And yet most adults end up with 2 or 3 kids, because although BC isn't prefect, when used correctly (as if your life depends on it), it words pretty darn well. Most people, after realizing how much work kids are, get really serious about BC, using 2 or more methods at a time, because the bottom line is -- sex feels really good, so people use BC carefully so they can have sex and not have more children."
Not debatinting or contradicting what you have said, just wanted to point out that the abstinance only sex education actually use completely *WRONG* statistics. They act like the chances of getting pregnant on any form of birth control are calculated per *incedence* (of sexual intercourse) and that they chances are additive. So, for example, with birth control if the failure rate is 7% (meaning 7% of people using the method for a *year* become pregnant) they say that each time you have sex it would be a 7% chance. So, basically, with that birth control method they will say you have a 100% chance of becomming pregnant if you use it for about 15 times. When they estimate 33% failure rate with condoms, it's basically "guaranteed" that you'll be pregnant (in their messed up math way of thinking) if you have sex three times. I think it's criminal, not only is it innacurate, it comes back to bite a lot of people when they actually want to be getting pregnant!