Originally Posted by patteeu
Yes, that's exactly what you're trying to do. You're trying to substitute your judgment for that of Sally's parents and fix what you perceive as a problem because her parents apparently don't perceive it that way. Another way to put this is that you're trying to impose your morality on Sally's family.
I'm not imposing morality on Sally or Sally's family.
I'm making the choice available for Sally should she want to use it. Sally is the one making the morality choices, just like she is when she chooses to be sexually active.