ABOUT THIS UNIT
1) Sexual desires are needful, appropriate, and a joyous part of human nature.
2) Pre-marital sex and infidelity harm the individual, children, families and societies.
3) When we, as a society, walked away from chastity, we walked away from our children.
4) The Sexual Revolution normalized pornography, pre-marital sex, abortion, unwed childbearing and the family breakdown.
1) Interview a family member about their wedding day. What made it special? Where did they get married? Why did they choose to marry their spouse? Share with the family.
2) Make a plan to be chaste. What do you commit to do? Read your plan to your family.
3) Make a wedding cake and decorate it together.
Short daily resources for discussing Homefront topics with your children.
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DO NOT USE; THIS IS HIDDEN
Resource 1: Sexual integrity is freedom
Resource 2: More dynamic relationships
Resource 3: Safe and lasting relationships
Resource 4: Less Commitment and the Importance of Families
The Sexual Revolution resulted in less commitment and deemphasized the importance of families
Five Paradoxes of the Sexual Revolution, Part 1 and 2
My body belongs to me, from my head to my toes
What does it mean to “use” someone? How would that make them like an object? Creating real/true relationships helps avoid this.
Resource 5: Not lowering my standards
I would rather be single my whole life, holding out for someone totally awesome, than lowering my standards.
The hardest thing about not having sex before marriage was not what I expected
Learning to Wait
Why is it important to wait until marriage to have sex? How might understanding and applying sexual integrity help me reserve sexual relations for marriage?
Resource 6: Objects vs Individuals
Resource 7: Sexual integrity always empowers and strengthens
Sexual Integrity always empowers and strengthens the individual, their spouse and their relationship, even if they haven’t yet met.
The Longerterm Cost of hookup Culture
What is integrity? How does sexual integrity strengthen your marriage if you aren’t even married yet?
Resource 8: People are lonelier now than ever before
People are lonelier now than ever before. Saving intimacy for marriage will help couples find someone who truly values them.
Unstanding the Sexual Trends in the Dating Culture
What is the Value of Your Life?
Tell about a time when you felt special and loved. Who was there and where were you?
Resource 9: Chastity can be chosen every moment of every day
Resource 10: Modesty and Dignity
Discussion Question Survey
Matching Talking Point Game
Click a card, listen, then click another card to find its match. No match? Click a new card and start again. Make sure sound it on to hear all the card information.
How many Talking Points do you know?
Role Play #1
Role Play #1
Someone says, “Everyone is having sex without being married. You’re not going to stop it. And it’s not that big a deal; it doesn’t hurt anyone.”
Talking Point: When we, as a society, walked away from chastity, we walked away from our children. The victims of the bad ideas of the sexual revolution have always been children.
Role Play #2
Role Play #2
Someone is criticizing you for choosing to have sexual integrity; or making fun of your beliefs that sex should be saved for marriage. What would you say?
Talking Point: Integrity is a deliberate choice not to devalue yourself or others sexually. Each person should have control over their decisions and experiences. A conscious choice to have sexual integrity creates selfesteem throughout a person’s life.
Review some additional Homefront Project articles/videos from Sexual Revolution.
- What did you learn?
- What do you want to do differently?
- What were you surprised by?
- With whom do you want to share what you learned?
Which was your favorite resource or video?
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