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THURSDAY, MAY 9, 2013  |  2 comments
Kenyan churches successfully lobby to remove a U.S.-funded ad they say encourages adultery

A national organization spearheading the fight against HIV/AIDS in Kenya has yanked a television advertising campaign—funded in part by U.S. taxpayers—after Christian groups and others complained that the spots promoted immorality and degraded family values.

In the spot, broadcast over major channels in the East African nation during commercial breaks until it was pulled in March, two Kenyan women walk to a market and linger over vegetables, talking about their families. One complains that she is tired of putting up with her alcoholic husband who does not satisfy her sexually. She confesses she has a lover on the side, who even has a name in the ad, Mbugua. Her friend advises her to always use condoms with Mbugua—leading to the campaign slogan “Weka Condom Mpangoni” or “include a condom in your planning” in Swahili. ...


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News Item5/9/13 10:39 AM
SteveR  Find all comments by SteveR
USAID wrote:
"The advertisement, that appeared in local dailies last month, was sponsored by the Catholics for Choice movement and advocated for the use of c*ndoms.
"It attempted to redefine church teachings on c*ndom use and what it means to be a good Catholic faithful. “Good Catholics use c*ndoms,” it stated.
"Cardinal Njue reiterated that the stand of the Universal Catholic Church on c*ndom use has not changed and that they are Pro-life and not in Pro-choice school of thought.
“We take this opportunity to communicate to all who may be misguided by these adverts that the propagators are not an authority in the Church and are therefore speaking for themselves and on their own behalf,” he said."
Its hard for me to be judgmental on this issue
Ive been to the villages of E Africa and can say that they need to find a solution to their orphan problem. Polygamy(what they call having extra sexual partners without marriage) is very pervasive & ingrained in their culture. To them, orphans are children the fathers do not want to care for though the mother continues a relationship with the father. The father, with his wife & legitimate children, often lives in the same village but refuses to be obligated to the illegitimate children.

Quite tragic

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News Item5/9/13 7:02 AM
USAID  Find all comments by USAID
"The advertisement, that appeared in local dailies last month, was sponsored by the Catholics for Choice movement and advocated for the use of c*ndoms.

"It attempted to redefine church teachings on c*ndom use and what it means to be a good Catholic faithful. “Good Catholics use c*ndoms,” it stated.

"Cardinal Njue reiterated that the stand of the Universal Catholic Church on c*ndom use has not changed and that they are Pro-life and not in Pro-choice school of thought.

“We take this opportunity to communicate to all who may be misguided by these adverts that the propagators are not an authority in the Church and are therefore speaking for themselves and on their own behalf,” he said."

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