There was an interesting article in Isthmus last week (which the editor was nice enough to send me) about a woman who is fighting poverty by teaching relationship skills with a decided emphasis on marriage and the "delaying" of sex (she doesn't use the term "abstinence.") Regular readers of this blog will know that I think this is good stuff.
What struck me about the article though was a quote attributed to Bradford Brown, a psychologist at UW-Madison.
“There’s a certain value orientation in it,” he says. “There’s a danger in imposing a set of values not consistent with someone’s cultural beliefs or personal beliefs.”
I guess he must not believe in diversity training either.