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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 think its a good idea, and its not going to encourage us to have sex. most kids know what it is before taking sex ed anyway! if they give them contraceptives and they decide to be dumb and have sex, at least they wont get pregnant, have to drop out of school, & not be able to get a good job.
by emroxlol on 7/17/2012 5:10:18 AM
I don't even wanna imagine sex until I'm like 22 bc I know WAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY more about sex and Pedro's and Peres and stuff like that than a 12 year old should.
THX ALOT MOM!! *heavy sarcasm*
by Firefox101 on 6/26/2012 2:42:35 AM
i think you should teach the kids how to use one before giveing them out
by iluvpiggles on 6/4/2012 4:15:13 PM
Condoms @ Prom,
Did anyone hear in the news about the school in New York that is giving away free condoms at the end of their school prom? Some people dont think it is a good idea but in reality it probably is a good idea. Then the news said New York city schools gave out almost One-Million Condoms this year to kids and the prom thing didnt sound like that big of a deal. Wow, a million condoms is a lot!
by luckykel on 5/29/2012 3:24:20 PM
I think that giving middle schoolers condoms or birth control is ridiculos I'm in 7th grade and never kissed or dated anybody. Although if 6th graders and older do have sex it's better safe then sorry I mean it is horrible if they are sexually active but it would be even worse if they were pregnant at 12 and teenagers definitely would not listen to there parents we are stubborn and foolish and think they are in love!
by Farmer16 on 5/23/2012 7:51:07 PM
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