The International Day of the Family is celebrated to recognize the importance of the family as a fundamental unit of society. The family policies are aiming to accept all family models. This is to promote greater partnership and equity. On this International Day of the Family, however, I would like to remind you that this portrayed image of colourful, diverse family models has a lot of scratches and shards. It overlooks the fact that modern family models are characterized by broken family relationships.
Every successful company has a mission statement and quality standards as a basis for its development. In the same way, Family also needs a clear Vision based on Moral Values and Standards as a necessary basis for a healthy development. What is the current understanding of Family? The Family Report 2009 states: „Family is culturally…
„Queer“ is praised as a concept of life that seeks to disrupt traditional social norms. On the one hand, queer can be understood as an umbrella term that encompasses everything that is not „straight“ and does not conform to social norms. The queer concept is actually designed to depict human life in a distorted way and to dissolve social structures, especially the natural family.
Sexual rights are derived from human rights. They formulate a right to sexual health and sexual freedom. If sexual rights are to be a guide for our sexual life, then we must also speak about those sexual behaviours, which are harmful and thus unhealthy, which are not right and thus wrong. And who is responsible for one-s sexual life and relationships?
Sexuality is seen by sex educators as a life energy or resource that is in principle available to everyone and can be consumed at will. A life energy that accompanies, „amuses,“ engages, and feeds everyone from birth. This definition of sexuality is very superficial and a direct path to unhappiness and destruction because it encourages people to use their sexuality at whim. It assumes, in fact, that man can use this life energy as he pleases and without consequences.
The term „Intimate Citizenship“ coined by the WHO has nothing to do with intimacy, trust or credibility. The core of this negotiation morality, and thus its ambivalence, is the assumption that the participants are of age and negotiate on an equal footing. But, what if one or both partners are immature and are trying to trick or buy their way into consensus?
This WHO definition of Sexzual Health is misleading and irresponsible. A person’s sexual rights have little to do with sexual health. On the contrary, it implies that every person may live out his or her sexual inclinations, preferences, and predilections unhindered, and regardless of whether his or her sexual behaviours are responsible or perverted.
Wer hat Recht beim Menschenrecht? Die Menschenrechte stehen nicht nur ständig auf dem Spiel, sondern werden oft uminterpretiert und umdefiniert. Und überhaupt – was ist recht und rechtens? Welche menschlichen Handlungen sind richtig, welche falsch, welche gut, welche böse? Der Begriff „richtig“ bedingt auch „falsch“ und das Gegenteil einer „guten“ Handlung ist eine „böse“ Handlung.
What children need is a secure bond with their parents. Parents whom the young person can trust and by whom he or she can orientate himself or herself. The motto of World Children’s Day 2020 is „Children’s rights create the future“ – but what do children really need? The final report of the Federal Youth…
Im Jahr 2012 erklärte die UN-Generalversammlung den ersten globalen Tag der Eltern. Seitdem findet er jährlich am 1. Juni statt, um den Eltern Respekt und Wertschätzung für das zu zollen, was sie für ihre Kinder tun. Der Globale Tag der Eltern erkennt auch an, dass die Familie die Hauptverantwortung für die Erziehung und den Schutz der Kinder trägt.