Reproductive Justice: 2015 Statement of Conscience

Sexuality Education in Public Schools 1994 Resolution of Immediate of Witness BECAUSE Unitarian Universalists affirm and promote the inherent worth and dignity of every person, and BECAUSE Unitarian Universalists affirm the value of loving relationships—heterosexual, gay, lesb
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Resolution On The American Psychological Association

WHEREAS, The American Psychological Association has recently published an article in its Psychological Bulletin (July 1998, Vol. 124, No. 1) implying that “adult-child sex” may not be harmful and my be positive for so-called “willing” children; and

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Resolution On Pornography, 1986

WHEREAS, The Southern Baptist Convention has frequently expressed alarm about the consequences of pornography upon the moral, family, and social life of our nation and the dramatic rise in the availability of pornography; and

WHEREAS, New applications of media technology ha

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Child Abuse

Child Abuse
The abuse of a child awakens in us an intensity and breadth of emotion that is beyond adequate expression. Perhaps this crime moves us so personally because we remember what it was like to hold our own children for the first time — the over

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DRAFT [Revised] Policy on Clergy Sexual Misconduct

Revised Text, Part XI, Sec. XIV.   Sexual Misconduct—Policy and Procedures

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Violence Against Women (CCAR)

Adopted by the 101st Annual Convention of the Central Conference of American Rabbis Seattle, Washington, June 1990 Background Physical violence against women is not news. Throughout history, women have been victimized by acts of aggression predominantly attributable to men. Alt
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Human Trafficking (CCAR)

Adopted by the 115th Annual Convention of the Central Conference of American Rabbis
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Resolution on Sexual Harassment Adopted by the 1989 ELCA Churchwide Assembly

WHEREAS, all persons were created by God in the divine image, and human sexuality is a gracious gift of God; WHEREAS, our baptism into the family of God calls us to stand firmly and pastorally against all forms of abuse and to respect and empower our brothers and sisters in Chris
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