I didn't say as a matter of public policy the ONLY sex education you could teach would be abstinence. I do, however, believe it should be taught as the ONLY method to be 100% effective in preventing unwanted pregnancies and sexually-transmitted diseases.
Abstinence - 100%
"The Pill" - 99.1%
Condoms - 93% (or whatever the number is)
Now, the students have truly been presented with valuable information. This is what real choice is all about.
Regarding my being "in a tiny minority," how much difference could have been made had abstinence been taught all along?
It doesn't have to be taught with moral implications (even though I believe those reasons to be just as important), it simply needs to be taught as an option, and, in particular, the MOST effective option of all.