The school authorities are putting the entire weight of the government in favor of more premarital sex…That is the absolute game plan of the ultra-liberal radical left.
Some parents, politicians, and educators have questioned whether making condoms available should be the job of the school. New Engl J Med ; But public high schools are the best place to provide sex education and make condoms available to teenagers—that's where the teenagers are, and that's where there are adults who are trained and willing to counsel them.
As teens spend the majority of their time at school, it is the most natural and convenient place for sex education, including condom distribution.
This would lead to fewer teenage pregnancies and fewer sexually transmitted disease. Fam Plann Perspect ; Condom availability for adolescents. Further, the association states that such programs are seen in favorable light by students and showed increased condom use among students http: American Journal of Public Health: Providing condoms to students in public education programs will reduce the incidence of underage pre These programs do not include condoms because they believe they encourage sexual activity.
Am J Public Health ; Still other studies showed promising results for the possible effectiveness of condom distribution in schools.
Adolescent sexual activity will be expected, and peer pressure to engage in sexual behavior would increase. Monthly Vital Statistics Report ;45 10, Suppl 2: Whether we like it or not, U.
It is certainly not a secret that many high school students are sexually active today. Adolescents face many obstacles to obtaining and using condoms. The responsibility currently resides primarily with the individual school districts.
J Sch Health ; They should have applied their knowledge of this to their own common sense. One website, explained many ways in which religious groups, along with the medical community are involved in issues of sex education http: Such an approach is wise because it accepts the inevitability that some young people, regardless of the strength of an abstinence message, will still have sex.
But the goal is to undermine society. These numbers emphasize the importance of condom distribution in high schools for sexually active teenagers. In a New York City survey of parents of public high school students, 69 percent stated that students should have access to condoms in school.
Often teenagers have bad relationships with their parents, and they are unable to talk with them about anything. Fifty-three percent of high school students in the US reported having had sexual intercourse, thirty-eight percent in the past three months.
Hypothetically speaking, if underage people didn't have access to contraception and got an STD or an unwanted pregnancy, clearly it's their own damn fault. Yet another statement of this opinion and fervor is presented by Dr. To translate this article, contact permissions ascd.
Many people feel that condoms are sending a negative message to teenagers, by telling then "here is a condom, go have sex." No, in fact condoms do just the opposite, they remind teenagers of the dangers involved with sex, and if they still wish to have sex they have a protective measure with them.
A Gallup Poll found that 68 percent of adults surveyed thought condoms should be available in the schools, and a separate survey of high-school seniors showed 81 percent agreed.
6 In a survey of Denver high school students, 85 percent supported condom availability in their school. In another study, 85% of students responded to a survey that they believed condoms should be distributed in their school.
Seventy-six of these students reported the belief that making condoms more accessible would not change the rate of sexual activity among adolescents (Fanburg.
Condoms should be distributed in schools to prevent pregnancy, STD's and set a good example.
We know from research that abstinence education does not work and will not stop young people from having sex if they decide that it's something that they want to do.
And sexual responsibility today often means using a condom as a form of birth control and to prevent pregnancy and the spread of sexually transmitted diseases like AIDS.
Sex education teachers, guidance counselors, and trained peer educators should be available for counseling and to distribute condoms. Condoms should be distributed to high school students to ensure safety, knowledge, and success. Distributing condoms to high school students can ensure safe sex.
Condoms are one of the safest contraception methods to use.Condoms should be distributed in schools