Should sex education include teaching about condoms?

March 1997
Today's Christian Woman;Mar/Apr97, Vol. 19 Issue 2, p14
Presents several comments about sex education that includes teaching about condoms. Includes encouragement of students to go ahead and have sex according to B. Hill; Offer of safer alternatives to people who feel abstinence isn't a choice according to Leah Garrison; Use of condoms as a way of teaching them how to cheat according to Christy B. Pintar.


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