Condoms in School.

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Let’s imagine a world without condoms. Scary right? That’s a world filled with disease and unwanted pregnancies. Let’s be honest .Most teens are sexually active. Most are having unprotected sex; because of the lack of protection. Studies show that providing young people with condoms does not increase sexual activity. Schools should give students free condoms because condoms prevent STD’s, unwanted pregnancies and shows maturity.

Schools should give students free condoms because condoms prevent STD’s. STD stands for sexual transmitted disease. There are tons of then like HPV, Chlamydia, Syphilis and Gonorrhea. Those are just a few. Most of these STD’s are deadly and many people with them don’t even know. The only way you can be sure you don’t have it is to get tested.

In addition, schools should give students free condoms because condoms minimize the chances of getting pregnant. They don’t prevent you from getting pregnant. Birth control does that. If teens get pregnant they might drop out of school. And because these pregnancies are unwanted that could lead to the option of abortion. That could damage your chances of having kids in the future

Furthermore, students should get condoms from school because using condoms shows maturity. Taking care of your sexual health shows you’re responsible. It also shows your parents you’re responsible and it shows you’re sexual partner you’re responsible. It shows you care about your partner and yourself.

Hence, school should give students free condoms because condoms prevent STD’s; minimize unwanted pregnancies and shows maturity. Giving teens condoms will make teen’s comfortable enough to make the responsible decision to use one. Schools should stop telling teens to stop having sex and encourage them to have safe sex.
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