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The policy makers are defending it by insisting that this is
a preventative measure against sexually transmitted diseases and teen pregnancy
for students who are interested in becoming (or already are) sexually active. The
policy also makes abstinence counseling available to the tweens and teens, as
well as an opt-out option that parents can choose if they do not want their
child to have access to the contraceptives. Opponents of the plan claim children
as young as 12 should not be sexually active and that giving them a means of
birth control encourages them to experiment sexually at far too young an age.
Here at GL, we believe that making contraceptives available
to those who want them isn’t encouraging kids to have sex, it’s helping those already
interested to do so safely. Research has proven that kids are having sex
whether their parents like it or not. Shouldn’t they at least do so safely?
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BY AMANDA POOLE ON 4/16/2012 1:46:00 PM
POSTED IN sex ed, In the News
I heard over the break that schools in Philadelphia installed condom dispensers so you can just get condoms when you want. That takes the embarrassment out of having to go and buy them, and the pregnancy rates are so high I guess they had to do something. I just wonder if they will have different types and sizes because I have seen at the store there are just so many kinds. Oh well, maybe they will know in a year or two if its preventing teen pregnancy and helping teens make the right choices. But I am sure there will also be comments that its encouraging us to have sex too.
by fashionqn on 1/5/2013 11:40:24 PM
by Swift_lover123 on 12/7/2012 9:15:56 PM
high school isreasonable, but middle school?i don't know if that's apropriate.i'm in 7th grade,the grade in which life science is taught,which means i'm doin sex ed at the end of the year.i don't want to head into drama after science and have everyone see that i have a contraseptive.
by ashbabe567765 on 11/8/2012 2:33:30 AM
This means that kids are going to be sexually active at younger and younger ages. A year or two ago, the age of sixteen was the youngest age of pregnancy in many places. Now kids who are only twelve are sexually active, and this is just encouraging that. they get younger and younger, so what if it spread to elementary school, too? Honestly, at the rate it's going, i wouldn't be surprised if it happened over the course of the next few years. Is that what we want? To be handing out condoms to kids? Honestly, it sounds crazy. But if you think about it, it's not very far from where we are now.
by cityduck on 8/28/2012 10:31:37 AM
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