Condoms Approved for Schools in Massachusetts
Why would schools want to teach little Johnny to read
when they can teach him to screw?
The Boston School Committee on Wednesday approved making condoms available in the district’s high schools. The new policy allows students to obtain condoms, and counseling, from school health centers or trained staff members, unless parents opt them out, and makes sexual education a required part of school health curricula.
The district first made condoms available through health centers in some of its schools in the mid-1990s; in the past few years, a coalition of students and community leaders campaigned to broaden access to condoms and sexual health education in the district.
(New York Times)