Condom availability for adolescents. And stick by said decision. For those who already do this, this only gives them the extra chance of protecting themselves. J Adolesc Health 1996; 18:380-3. This is a health issue; if it wasn't then there wouldn't be this debate. Additionally, we have already seen the catastrophes that occur when schools ignore sex education and sexual health resources in hopes that students won't realize that sex is a thing. Therefore school allows a safe and comfortable environment where professionals are able to discuss these things with students. It is simply promoting safe sex.
Students should not be given condoms. Giving out condoms free at school is basically encouraging high schoolers to go have sex. The condom availability program appears not to have produced an increase in sexual activity among high school students, and it appears to have led to improved condom use among males.
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And is there something wrong with sex? Condom availability in New York City public high schools: relationships to condom use and sexual behavior. Youth risk behavior surveillance, US, 1995. Have shown less than a 2 percent breakage rate. Here are three more of them:. The least that schools can do is provide utilities to help lower teen pregnancy and STD rates. Many parents do not have the proper education to give good advice to their children especially in low social economic status areas. Update on AMA policies on human sexuality and family life education, H-170.974. It gives you the opportunity to be safe. It's better than nothing.