Penn & Teller: Bullshit!: Season 4, Episode 10

Abstinence (5 Jun. 2006)

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Penn and Teller look at how the religious right have persuaded the government to pay for abstinence programs in schools that do not work.

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Cheryl Biddle ...
Herself - Abstinence Advocate
Rita Brock ...
Herself - Theology Professor
Betty Dodson ...
Herself - Sexologist
Joycelyn Elders ...
Herself - Former U.S. Surgeon General, Retired
Robert Lawrence ...
Himself - Center for Sex and Culture
Joe McIlhaney ...
Himself - Founder of the Medical Institution of Sexual Health
DeMarcus Reed ...
Himself - Virgin
Jen Sackett ...
Herself - Abstinence Advocate
Steve Trombley ...
Himself - Director Chicago Planned Parenthood
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Penn and Teller look at how the religious right have persuaded the government to pay for abstinence programs in schools that do not work.

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