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ScarletGhost4396
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larztheloser
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Resolved: Information on birth control ought be included in sex education classes

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larztheloser
Voting Style: Open Point System: 7 Point
Started: 4/11/2012 Category: Politics
Updated: 4 years ago Status: Post Voting Period
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ScarletGhost4396

Pro

First round acceptance.
larztheloser

Con

This has been open and unaccepted for a few days, so I thought I might as well give it a go. I accept my opponent's challenge and eagerly await their argument.
Debate Round No. 1
ScarletGhost4396

Pro

ScarletGhost4396 forfeited this round.
larztheloser

Con

As you can see, my opponent has forfeited the debate. This is disappointing.
Debate Round No. 2
ScarletGhost4396

Pro

ScarletGhost4396 forfeited this round.
larztheloser

Con

Still no arguments.
Debate Round No. 3
ScarletGhost4396

Pro

ScarletGhost4396 forfeited this round.
larztheloser

Con

More forfeiting...
Debate Round No. 4
ScarletGhost4396

Pro

ScarletGhost4396 forfeited this round.
larztheloser

Con

And it's all over! Pro has failed their BOP - vote CON!
Debate Round No. 5
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Posted by larztheloser 4 years ago
larztheloser
I could think of a few arguments, but am way too busy right now. Besides, you're probs better off debating somebody who understands this topic better than I do. My case would essentially be that sex ed classes should not have a set "curriculum" at all because sex ed is a useless subject that is completely ineffective and even if it was effective, less useful than other things kids could be taught in that time, such as math or language. Then I'd go on to argue that the lack of a curriculum would encourage schools to not teach sex ed at all.
Posted by ScarletGhost4396 4 years ago
ScarletGhost4396
I don't know. Ask the legislators from Tennessee who made this into law in their state, where information on birth control is not to be included in the curriculum.
Posted by DakotaKrafick 4 years ago
DakotaKrafick
How could anyone disagree with this resolution?
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