Should publicly supported education programs include the distribution of condoms?
Yes, they should. Whatever method of sex education you support, or your views on pre-marital sex, and so on, there is no denying the fact that kids/teens will have sex. And most teens aren't likely to walk into a store to buy condoms. The best we can do is make it easier to be safe.
by Stacie L 7 years ago
Philadelphia parents disgusted that 11 year olds are being given condomsPhiladelphia’s Department of Health launched the new campaign aimed at fighting the spread of STDs including HIV/AIDS, gonorrhea, syphilis and Chlamydia. The department’s website offer young girls who visit playful...
by Davinagirl3 9 years ago
I would like to know some of your views on sex education. In the US, we have abstinence based sexual education. What is it like in the rest of the world? I am interested in writing a hub about worldwide variations of sexual education in schools. How many people feel that...
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by sandra rinck 9 years ago
FDA and government approved the Morning After Pill to be made available to 17 year olds. Is this a good thing or a bad thing? My thoughts:Condoms are made available to teenagers and even given to them for their own protection. It is useful since you can't stop them from having sex. ...
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