Condoms Should Be Distributed in All Schools Across America

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Introduction

The distribution of condoms in schools can be a very sensitive action. On one hand it can be argued that it encourages teenagers to become more sexually active. On the other hand, a well laid out plan to combat the reality of sex amongst teenagers, by making condoms available in high schools; can help reduce the risks involved; Such a plan should include understanding teenagers, educating them, and coming up with creative ways to reach them on their level.

Condoms should be distributed in all high schools in America

It is imperative that we come up with a solution to diminish the spread of HIV/AIDS. The world is currently trying different methods in order to tackle the HIV/AIDS pandemic. By making condoms available for sexually active teens at school, we are not only tackling this issue but at the same time backing up what teens are taught in sex education classes. They are taught that abstinence is the best prevention. However, looking at the teenage pregnancy rates today, it is evident that some of the teens don't take it to heart. By providing them with condoms, we are helping them take the first step in having safe sex. We are not condoning it at all. We simply want to rest assured that if all else fails and a teen is set on having sex, we have provided them with the means necessary to protect themselves.

It is imperative that we come up with a solution to diminish the spread of HIV/AIDS Yes, I believe condoms should be made available to all high school students everywhere. While some will say "This is promoting sex" I don't look at it in that way. These kids will go have sex whether you provide a condom or not, so why not try and make sure they use proper protection? This would help high school students in preventing pregnancies and STD's.

There is no reason why condoms should not be available to high school students. Condoms protect...
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