It is important to protect the health of young people across California.
Easy access to condoms created worse outcomes for students, not better. Other state and local programs have made similar efforts.
If you do become pregnant, see your doctor right away. The debate over contraception distribution in schools often focuses on whether districts should only teach abstinence.
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Clinics also report barriers: High upfront costs for supplies. The rates are still growing and there are some truly gruesome cases, when teens of 13 or 14 get pregnant. Why CAP? O'Brien specializes in adolescent medicine at Boston Children's Hospital.
Open the condom packet with your hands, not your teeth, and open it carefully so you don't tear the condom. And the reason, in my opinion, is that easy access to condoms does not cultivate safe sex; it cultivates irresponsibility among people.
In the times when contraceptives were either ineffective or extremely hard to get, the moral level of society protected teenagers from getting pregnant — there was an understanding that the consequences of having a good time may be very, very unpleasant. If one of you has an allergy to latex, use polyurethane condoms instead.