Wrongheaded UNAIDS Prevention Policies vs. Evidence-Based Solutions (Policy Brief) - Prevention strategies promoted by United Nations agencies and driven by sexual rights activists actually fuel the AIDS pandemic rather than prevent the spread of HIV. Prevention strategies should focus on behavioral changes including fidelity, partner reduction and the delay of sexual debut. This policy brief examines the myths and facts of UNAIDS prevention policies.
The International Guidelines on HIV/AIDS and Human Rights (Policy Brief) The International Guidelines on HIV/AIDS and Human Rights extend far beyond internationally recognized human rights and seek to impose controversial policies that would weaken the institution of the family. Ironically, the Guidelines recommend protecting behaviors that actually fuel the AIDS epidemic.
See also the documentary online: Cultural Imperialism: The Sexual Rights Agenda, a hard-hitting documentary exposing how wealthy countries and the United Nations, under the guise of preventing AIDS, are actually spreading AIDS through their sexual rights approach. The film addresses how the condom approach has failed to stop the spread of AIDS and how donor countries including the United States are blackmailing poor countries by withholding aid unless these developing nations implement laws and policies to advance lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender rights. Learn also how children are being sexualized through comprehensive sexuality education programs supported by the Obama administration and several agencies of the United Nations in cooperation with several other wealthy countries and International Planned Parenthood. Throughout the film you will also follow the story of three AIDS orphan siblings who lost their brother and both parents to AIDS. These children speak out at the United Nations against the Western-based sexuality education that is sexualizing children throughout the world.