From this morning's USA Today, a report on your tax dollars in action:
The federal government's "no sex without marriage" message isn't just for kids anymore.
Now the government is targeting unmarried adults up to age 29 as part of its abstinence-only programs, which include millions of dollars in federal money that will be available to the states under revised federal grant guidelines for 2007.
The government says the change is a clarification. But critics say it's a clear signal of a more directed policy targeting the sexual behavior of adults.
For last year's state grants, Congress appropriated $50 million. A similar amount is expected for 2007, but the money has not yet been allocated, according to the Administration for Children and Families.
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On the bright side, this means that if you are an 18-29 year old with no prospect of sex on the horizon, you're no longer a loser, you're a model citizen. Well done. Now go hit the (cold) shower.