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Release Date: January 01, 1970

Starring: Cathy Kay and Dennis Turner

Genre: Documentary

Audience: Teenagers and adults

Rating: Not submitted to MPAA

Runtime: 30 minutes

Distributor: Jeremiah Films

Director: David Minasian

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Producer: David Minasian

Writer: Pat and Caryl Martrisciana

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Graphic depictions of AIDS, including suffering victims.

Summary:

The video NO SECOND CHANCE tells the truth by explaining the AIDS virus and detailing the long incubation periods, the breakdown of the immune system and the horrible diseases that AIDS patients are susceptible to. Cathy Kay, executive director of California Health Care Advocates, explains the methods of AIDS transmission and debunks the "safe sex" myth, as condoms have a 14-37% failure rate. Watch NO SECOND CHANCE with your teenagers and prepare them to take a stand for Christ.

Review:

From Magic Johnson to Ramses' exploitation of teenage sex through "Safe Play" condoms, disinformation is the name of the game with the politically protected plague of AIDS. Now is the time to provide our youth with correct information and God's standards for sexual conduct. When it comes to AIDS, the retro-virus is permanent: There is NO SECOND CHANCE. If viewed by media, the video NO SECOND CHANCE might endure vicious castigation, as it tells the truth. It does not vilify the high-risk groups, but explains how the virus is transmitted with testimonies from patients. Researchers and specialists examine the virus, detailing the long incubation periods, the breakdown of the immune system and the horrible diseases that AIDS patients are susceptible to. Cathy Kay, executive director of California Health Care Advocates, explains the methods of AIDS transmission. She also debunks the "safe sex" myth, as condoms have a 14-37% failure rate. A woman can only get pregnant a few days out of the month, but anyone can get AIDS anytime he or she is exposed to it. The only sure way to avoid AIDS is celibacy, monogamy and fidelity. Watch NO SECOND CHANCE with your teenagers and prepare them to take a stand for Christ.

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