Come on. Are you prepared to take your daughter to a school where they are freely distributing those gadgets? Pankaj3625, can you?
But nowadays schools are teaching about HIV – AIDS. They should also teach all methods of family planning and population control. In addition, family planning and population control gadgets should be made freely available to all populace in every country.
Distributing family planning and population control gadgets to schools means we are condoning student to engage in acts of making babies. That is wrong and should not be allowed.
Not at least until the 8th grade which is apparently when sex starts these days.
by Davinagirl3 9 years ago
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by rafken 6 years ago
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