I enjoy being different than the rest of the "real world". There is nothing wrong with teaching abstinence. The only fault lies in human weakness. Think about the teaching itself. If all abstained from pre-marital sex and even after marriage, used contraceptives until they were ready to start a family, huge amounts of problems would decrease. Really think about what the world would be like if they followed that advice.<quoted text>Public schools tried that abstinence only teaching and the results proved it ineffective. So keep up the poor teachings and keep seeing abortions increase. Your choice, deal with the results.
Also consider how it makes church look ineffective for the real world.
There would be less families on welfare. There would be stronger family units which improve society as a whole. There would be more people finishing high school and even further education, which means a smarter society. There would be less divorce. There would be more families with a father and a mother to provide guidance to children and be good examples.
There would be less jealousy because they would know their spouse is going to be faithful, which leads to more focus while at work. Man, the list goes on and on.
So don't blame a good teaching. Blame weak human nature.