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Pornographic ‘Comprehensive Sexuality Education’ in Massachusetts Public Schools

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This article first appeared in the New Boston Post. Is it age-appropriate to introduce 12-year old children to anal sex? Is it medically accurate to encourage students to protect against sexually transmitted infections by using non-microwaveable Saran Wrap as a prophylactic for oral sex? Planned Parenthood thinks so, and so does the Massachusetts Department of […]

20,000 Dead Babies Isn’t Enough for Massachusetts Liberals

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This article first appeared in Disrn News on January 11, 2020. A year ago, on the 46th anniversary of Roe v. Wade, New York’s political leaders threw a party for their new pro-abortion law. Governor Cuomo even directed One World Trade Center and a handful of other local landmarks to shine bright pink to celebrate “this historic […]

Everything you need to know about the Sex-Ed Mandate

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As promised, here are the details on the Sex-Ed Mandate that’s coming up for a vote as early as this Thursday. We have received a lot of questions in response to our heads-up email and text over the weekend, so we’ll do our best to address them one by one. Some people are also being […]

Sex-ed Mandate up for a vote in MA Senate

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The Massachusetts State Senate is set to vote next week on an “Act Relative to Healthy Youth”, which is a euphemism for a state-wide, sex-education mandate. This legislation is something MFI has been helping supporters stay up to date on for awhile now. You can read our latest posts here, here, and here.  We’re still evaluating […]

MFI Responds to Christianity Today Article

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For nearly 30 years, Massachusetts Family Institute has worked for you, defending your family values in the Commonwealth. I’m grateful to have been with MFI for just a portion of its strong legacy. This past year in particular, however, we saw unprecedented growth. For example, MFI’s 2019 Lobby Day brought over 500 activists to Beacon […]

Nativity at the State House – You’re Invited!

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As people of faith, we should always be asking the Spirit to guide us along that fine line of sharing truth with others while also demonstrating love and compassion for our neighbors. Christmas season provides a great opportunity to share the love of Christ in difficult places. Each year, MFI partners with other local organizations […]

MFI Informs Stoneham Parents About Pornographic Sex Ed

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Is it age-appropriate to introduce twelve-year old children to anal sex? Is it medically accurate to encourage students to protect against sexually transmitted infections (STIs) by using non-microwaveable Saran Wrap as a prophylactic for oral sex? Planned Parenthood thinks so, and so does the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE), which lists Planned […]

In a Blue State, Parents Beat Planned Parenthood’s Sex Ed Push

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(Originally Appeared in The Daily Signal on Nov. 26, 2019) Worcester, the second largest city in solidly blue Massachusetts, was the scene of a sex ed showdown between Planned Parenthood and concerned parents and church leaders. Last February, more than 75 of those parents and church leaders stood up alongside the Massachusetts Family Institute to outnumber pro-Planned […]

#GivingTuesday

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After enjoying a time of thanks last week, today Americans all over the country are participating in #GivingTuesday. This online celebration is an opportunity for members of the community to give back to local non-profits in charitable, end-of-the-year giving. MFI is honored to defend our shared family values in the Commonwealth. We’ve accomplished much this […]

3 Things to be Thankful for

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We hope you enjoyed a wonderful holiday yesterday, full of fellowship and delicious food. In this season of thanksgiving, we often take time to reflect on what has happened this past year. MFI’s staff sat together before the Thanksgiving break, and we came up with a long list of 2019 victories. This put in perspective […]