Skip to comments.Now schools are told to give free morning-after pills and condoms to teenage girls…(UK)
Posted on 03/26/2014 12:39:57 AM PDT by Olog-hai
Schools have been told they should provide free morning-after pills and condoms to teenage girls, including those under the age of consent, to cut unwanted pregnancies.
New guidance from the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) said that under-25s should be able to access emergency contraception more readily, including pills and the IUD (intrauterine device, or coil).
Free condomsincluding female condomsshould also be readily accessible for young men and women at places such as schools, colleges and youth clubs.
The new guidance is aimed at cutting the high numbers of unwanted teenage pregnancies across England.
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Not the first time its happened of course, but the first time schools have been told to do it by the government apparently (wont work, as usual).
Now schools are told to give free morning-after pills and condoms to teenage girls to cut unwanted pregnancies
Unwanted teenage pregnancies occur quite simply because teenage girls have sex. The mathematics of Human sexual biology are perfectly clear and understood by the scientific commmunity. The more sex, the more chance of a pregnancy. It really is as brutally simple as that. Handing out free contraceptives lowers the chance of an unwanted pregnancy, per sexual encounter but that is countered because more girls will be having more sex because they are being taught that now it is "safe".
No problem. If they get pregnant anyway, they can always pop the kid in the oven and save the environment.
The IUD’s are what disturb me the most here ,, first off you can’t use one if you haven’t previously been pregnant ,, so only young women who have (in most cases) had an abortion would be getting one ,, second they work by creating a low level infection in the uterus.. this makes the girls more susceptible to ALL STD’s in addition to doing nothing to stop conception ,,, they’re just pure evil,, quite honestly any woman using an IUD could become pregnant (or conceive if you’re one of the sticklers that only counts a pregnancy once it implants) up to 12 times a year.. but the governments love them as they’re a cheap few cents of copper and plastic that is a one time expense.