Condoms in schools increases teen pregnancies by 10 percent

  7/21/2016

New research exposes the lies behind sexualized education programs.   

It turns out that handing out condoms in schools increases teen pregnancies and STD’s.  Based on this research, the people behind these programs should be prosecuted.  

“Those who’ve pushed condoms like candy in public schools have given us any number of rationales. They told us that young people “are going to do it anyway,” so more condoms would equal fewer pregnancies. They also said that more condoms would lead to fewer STDs, or sexually transmitted diseases.” 

“Michael J. New, an assistant professor of political science at the University of Michigan at Dearborn, notes that this ugly outcome likely is a result of increased sexual risk-taking as a result of condoms in the schools. All at taxpayers' expense.”

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