When you have condoms available for students, of course they're going to be tempted to use them because they're just handed to them saying that sex is basically okay at their age, which it shouldn't be. Do parent's know what's going on? The conceptual policy is being drafted by staff and will be presented to the board for final approval at a later date. Sixty-four percent of students questioned at the health centers reported engaging in sex; the same number as students in schools that lack health centers and condom access programs. Plus, a teenager that gets pregnant deserves to be pregnant because they put their self in that situation. Basically, this means they can get away with it without having to worry about pregnancy or buying condoms, because the school is wasting money to give the condoms out for free. Moreover taxpayers should not have to support programs that object to morally.
However, a proper conclusion has to be attained. Novia Condell represented the Forum Club at a New York City Board of Education public hearing on condom availability in high schools. Also note that Con has presented no sources pertaining to objections by parents to the distribution of condoms. Another study showed that making condoms available in schools in Seattle had allowed students access to many condoms but this change did not lead to increases in sexual activity or condom use Kirby et. For example, in New York public high schools, 69% of parents believed students should be able to obtain condoms in schools, but almost half felt they should have the right to keep their children from doing so.
These studies would provide only weak evidence that making condoms available in schools increases their use, because the strongest study failed to find such an effect. Fanburg, Jonathan Thomas; Kaplan, David W; Naylor, Kelly E 1995. American Journal of Public Health: 93 6 , 955-962. I understand that they put themselves into the situation, but teenagers are going to be teenagers. Condom availability programs have been researched numerous times with similar results.
Before anything, it is not solely up to the male to be responsible for providing the protection. Now that I have brought up these new claims, though, his argument has been completely countered. Sex isn't going anywhere, the only thing that should be on teens minds are there school work. They have a game plan to desensitize children to this entire thing…They say, do everything you can do, everything you can possibly get away with, boys with boys, boys with girls, girls with girls, girls with boys, whatever, as much as you can, and if you have a baby, kill it. They think that they are invulnerable.
Kids will not be any different. Among under-16s, six out of 10 pregnancies result in abortion. It is unfair to judge the results of the diverse range of abstinence-only programs on this one study. BabyBlues A Friend Should Condoms Be Available In Public Schools - Page 4 The ideology behind condoms in school is that it provides a safe place for students to get condoms for free. The program caused parental disagreement and the school board was taken to court. Subscribe to our daily or weekly digest.
Moreover, the distribution of condoms leads to increased sexual activity among students; an increased level of sexual activity among students may lead to situations in which they may be physically hurt or exploited, due to their lack of mental maturity and physical vulnerability. Sex should not be promoted to high school students, because later on they are going to teach the younger generation. Con's case vis-a-vis God using contraception only re-affirms my position. The club brought speakers to the school to discuss controversial issues, and it organized students to be active participants in our democratic society. After all, several studies showing positive effects on behavior for a year or more were well designed with random assignment, large sample sizes up to 3,600 students and long-term measures of behavior up to 31 months. In the article, Condoms: The New Diploma by Rush Limbaugh he explains that that handing out condoms is like giving students permission to have sex and this is sending a wrong message to young kids.
. As Rewire , these arguments have been disproven time and time again. That is the parents' responsibility or the health department's responsibility. I must also bring to light the fact that this debate is focused on making condoms available to students, not on the other elements present in these programs in which the topic of condom availability is only present. No need to worry, you have a condom so you won't have a kid. Making condoms available in schools.
Fernandez case as it is clearly shown that a large majority of schools allow parents to deny and opt their child out of the program. There is very little evidence to support that giving out condoms increases sexual activity. Although the conception rate among under-18s is in England and Wales, at 27. But the truth is that these programs do not preclude the right of a parents to teach a child anything. Student opinions of condom distribution at a Denver, Colorado, high school.