Why Free Condoms Shouldn’t be Distributed in High Schools. It interferes with family and religious beliefs. By providing condoms to students, high schools are taking away the due right of parents to decide whether their own teenage children should have access to contraception.Author: Rachel Segal.
Jul 03, 2016 · Condoms Don’t Necessarily Help Teen Girls Avoid Pregnancy According to a new study, distribution in schools can actually increase fertility rates. Can alternative policies be more effective?Author: Emma Green.
Condoms are a form of protection and safety,” said Wilson. She added another reason: economic equity. Cost is a major barrier to condom access for some young people. Free condom distribution “would eliminate the large income gap, where affluent students can afford better health care and therefore afford things like contraception .Author: Cynthia Greenlee.
Providing condoms to students in public education programs will reduce the incidence of underage pregnancy and the spread of sexually transmitted diseases. If one accepts the premise that condoms are an effective means of prevention, it stands to reason that their distribution could have a significant impact.Cited by: 1.