Should condoms be made available at schools?

ImmortalFantasy ImmortalFantasy
Definitely.
It would decrease teenage pregnancy and STDs greatly.
10/02/2012
ImmortalFantasy ImmortalFantasy
Definitely.
It would decrease teenage pregnancy and STDs greatly.
10/02/2012
ImmortalFantasy ImmortalFantasy
Definitely.
It would decrease teenage pregnancy and STDs greatly.
10/02/2012
Toy Fiend Toy Fiend
Condoms should definitely be available in schools. Kids will have sex regardless of whether birth control is available or not.
01/08/2013
Leather & Lace Leather & Lace
Yes!
01/08/2013
Inkkythesquid Inkkythesquid
Yes. If teens are going to have sex, they're going to do it regardless, so it's much better if it's safe. Also, alot of teens probably don't want to pay money for something like that, since many don't have an income, so to have them free and easily available would be great!
01/08/2013
Stagger13 Stagger13
Quote:
Originally posted by AngelvMaynard
Should teenagers be able to visit their school health clinic or nurse and be provided condoms, no questions asked?
High School-absolutely.
01/09/2013
Beautiful-Disaster Beautiful-Disaster
i think so.
01/09/2013
Lowl Lowl
I think so...we don't need any more teen moms
01/09/2013
Major Panda Major Panda
America makes sex out to be taboo. If kids are going to do it give them protection. Simple as that.
01/10/2013
Bleu Bleu
While I didn't have sex in high school, it's not like I didn't have my chances. Sex education is very limited in schools too, so with condoms they should have a more "open" sexual education class because I didn't learn about things like masturbation, gay sex, lesbian sex, sharing toys (and the consequences of that), and all that other stuff that people KNOW is happening but don't want their 14 year old hearing.
01/10/2013
EmuLove EmuLove
better safe than sorry
01/10/2013
falalena falalena
Quote:
Originally posted by AngelvMaynard
Should teenagers be able to visit their school health clinic or nurse and be provided condoms, no questions asked?
condoms should be available. along with birth control pills and plan b.
01/11/2013
F1akaLuvsE.F F1akaLuvsE.F
I say yes to teenagers that way if there going to do it at least there prepared..
01/22/2013
IvyFayette IvyFayette
Quote:
Originally posted by AngelvMaynard
Should teenagers be able to visit their school health clinic or nurse and be provided condoms, no questions asked?
Yes, I think it's better that they have the choice of being safe. Teens are going to have sex anyway, might as well make condoms easily available to them. I'm only turning 21 but when I was in high school at least 2 girls in each grade were pregnant. If this could help the growing epidemic of teen pregnancy and teens catching stds, than I'm all for it.
01/22/2013
kitty1949 kitty1949
Personally, I don't think it's necessary. There are many ways to get condoms, and I think offering them at school is a bit much.
01/24/2013
souviet souviet
Quote:
Originally posted by AngelvMaynard
Should teenagers be able to visit their school health clinic or nurse and be provided condoms, no questions asked?
Yes.
01/24/2013
Cosmonaut Cosmonaut
Yes, they shouldn't be having children at that young of age.
01/24/2013
Mrs.Tee Mrs.Tee
Quote:
Originally posted by AngelvMaynard
Should teenagers be able to visit their school health clinic or nurse and be provided condoms, no questions asked?
i think in high school that they should, not in elementary or middle school
01/28/2013
xscorpiox xscorpiox
yes
01/28/2013
chicmichiw chicmichiw
Yes. But I wouldn't want to be the one to deal with the parents after enacting that. The situation's slightly different, but they're available at most horizontal surfaces at my college. I work at a desk job and I frequently get confrontation or horror from parents.
01/30/2013
srexom srexom
Yes
01/30/2013
Scythe Scythe
Quote:
Originally posted by AngelvMaynard
Should teenagers be able to visit their school health clinic or nurse and be provided condoms, no questions asked?
Yes i feel that they should be available at schools.
04/21/2013
Gdom Gdom
Yup. A combination of comprehensive sex ed and condom availability not only reduces rates of teen pregnancy, it's also just consistent with a healthy and positive attitude toward sex.
04/21/2013
WestTexasBarbie WestTexasBarbie
Quote:
Originally posted by AngelvMaynard
Should teenagers be able to visit their school health clinic or nurse and be provided condoms, no questions asked?
Most teenagers now days are going to have sex. They may not be able to ask questions at home that would get them responsible birth control & they may not be able to go buy it themselves. Condoms should definitely be available in schools, no questions asked.
05/13/2013
Edeneve Edeneve
most definitely. a lot of teens have sex & the condoms would offer protection usually not accessible for them.
05/13/2013
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