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Should contraception be available in high schools?

  • I think they should.

    Birth control isn't telling students that they should go out and have all the sex they want. Birth control can help girls with their periods and help lower their risk of pregnancy and condoms help prevent the spread of an STD or an HIV. Point is, schools should provide protection for students whether it is a condom or some other form.

  • No you shouldn't

    If an 16 year old student is stupid enough to risk her future for one night, then she needs to face the consequences of her actions. If she wants to throw her life away and start working at MacDonald's then go right ahead and go for it. If not, then you should use her God given brain and reconsider her choices

  • No you shouldn't

    If an 16 year old student is stupid enough to risk her future for one night, then she needs to face the consequences of her actions. If she wants to throw her life away and start working at MacDonald's then go right ahead and go for it. If not, then you should use her God given brain and reconsider her choices

  • Birth control should be available in school

    Not only do teenagers have sex, but a lot of times they don't even use condoms so girls should have access to it at school especially when they're too embarrassed to ask their mom to take them to a clinic or maybe they dont even have transportation to a clinic

  • You want to stop pregnancies? This is the only way!

    Teenagers have sex all the time. When you tell them not to that just makes them want to do it more. Why stop them when its not going to work and just make things worse? If you give them a compromise for what they want maybe the amount of teenagers who have sex will decrease. Giving them contraceptives is preventing bad things that can happen to teens if they are having unprotected sex, like the possibility of getting pregnant or catching a STD and a STI.

  • You want to stop pregnancies? This is the only way!

    Teenagers have sex all the time. When you tell them not to that just makes them want to do it more. Why stop them when its not going to work and just make things worse? If you give them a compromise for what they want maybe the amount of teenagers who have sex will decrease. Giving them contraceptives is preventing bad things that can happen to teens if they are having unprotected sex, like the possibility of getting pregnant or catching a STD and a STI.

  • It's going to happen anyways

    Some staff or parents feel opposed to this because they believe that it will just encourage students to have sex. Studies across the United States have repeatedly demonstrated that teenagers are having sex at a younger and younger age without protection from STDs and pregnancy. From my experience, it would be idiotic to not provide contraceptives. By now parents, overall, should know that their words aren’t going to stop their child from doing what they want. Although it might be awkward at first, it’s better to talk about birth control and STDs. Embarrassment is a small price to pay for the protection of a teen from disease and premature fatherhood.

  • We need to fight the teen pregnancy epidemic

    By giving out condoms and birth control pills in school we are essential helping the taxpayers' of this country. 9.4 billion dollars went to teen mothers and their children in 2010. If parents are to afraid to talk to kids and schools can why not let them do it. Lets be real kids are going to have sex. It's the generation we live in, why not help them in preventing disease and pregnancy. If you give out birth control and condoms in school teen pregnancy and educate teens properly how to use them the rate rate of teen pregnancy will drop.

  • Any demographic engaged in high risk behavior should have the means to protect themselves.

    Sex is an enjoyable part of relationships and can be a positive experience for those who take the proper precautions. Sexually transmitted disease and unwanted pregnancy are products of ignorance and can be prevented by quality sex education that not only focuses on the mechanics of the activity but the social and emotional aspects as well. Due to the nature of how humans learn and grow, negative experiences cannot be fully eliminated but the degree of harm should be minimized. Providing teens with easy, confidential access to contraception is just one of several integral parts of the preparation of youth for a healthy life.

  • I would rather be safe.

    I feel like it should be distributed for the bettering of our children. I would rather be safe the not to have to worry about the risks. Also if your too embarrassed to ask your parents to get you started because I mean it is kind of embarrassing but if u are it is way easier if highschools just offer it.

  • No

    It should not be available at the school but it should be taught about. We need to teach about safe sex because we are having problems with younger and younger kids being involved in those activities. We need to educate them on the risks and how to prevent unwanted problems as a result.

  • It is about the student's health.

    Birth controls should be monitored by doctors. Not every student is the same and can handle the same birth control. With there being 19 different types on the market each body reacts differently. One student may be able to take the pill but another may need the nexplanon or IUD.
    Schools are not doctors and they do not know what is best for the student.

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  • No you shouldn't

    If an 16 year old student is stupid enough to risk her future for one night, then she needs to face the consequences of her actions. If she wants to throw her life away and start working at MacDonald's then go right ahead and go for it. If not, then you should use her God given brain and reconsider her choices

  • No you shouldn't

    If an 16 year old student is stupid enough to risk her future for one night, then she needs to face the consequences of her actions. If she wants to throw her life away and start working at MacDonald's then go right ahead and go for it. If not, then you should use her God given brain and reconsider her choices

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  • To me, no the Catholic schools should not distribute contraceptives because the Catholic religion is against the pill stopping pregnancy and sex before marriage.

    The children are so young they do not know the right decision and they do not think before acting. The school is a place that can only inform you about the risks of diseases that can be transmitted. If students want to make that decision and go against the religion of the school, they can get the tools out of school in the community or from their parents. Contraceptives are not a good idea to distribute in a Catholic school because its going against religion, the school can be made responsible if an accident happens and it's not the school's responsibility to distribute those tools because they do not want sex going on in or around the school.

  • Its all about self discipline

    Personally, am a 16 year old female but still a virgin. Its all about having self control and still don't want to lose my precious virginity to some jerk.
    From a teenagers point of view, placing a condom in a teenager's hand, is like giving a child a mug of sugar and expecting it wont eat it.

  • Shouldn't parents have a say in what their child is bringing home from school?

    I would think that many parents would want to know what their child is bringing home from school. They are their parents for a reason, they've been making choices for their children since day one, mostly because parents feel it's in the best interest of the child! I know if I had a child that came home from school with ANY form of contraceptive/birth control/condoms someone would be getting a phone call and it's possible I would take my child to a different school district!


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