Condom distribution policy starting in elementary school at Provincetown, Mass.
Sex education starts early, especially if you go to elementary school in Provincetown, Mass.
That’s because the school committee has unanimously adopted a condom distribution policy beginning as early as first grade.
According to the Provincetown Banner, the program requires that students speak to a school nurse or trained counselor before receiving condoms.
The committee also directed school leaders not to honor demands from parents who object to their kids receiving protection.
Some members on the committee were wary because the program requires that students speak to school officials first.
But Beth Singer, the school’s superintendent, said she wanted to guarantee younger students get information on how to use condoms because there is no age limit.
“We’re talking about younger kids,” said Singer. “They have questions they need answered on how to use them, when to use them.”
Be very careful of the rights you are giving away parents. Fight for your parental rights or lose your children to the system. Even if you are, for some twisted reason, OK with them giving your 6 year old a condom, think of the other things you might not be OK with them teaching your child.
A condom won't even FIT on a first grader.
He that walketh with wise men shall be wise: but a companion of fools shall be destroyed. Proverbs 13:20