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Old 06-25-2013, 01:32 PM   #47
BroncoBeavis
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Originally Posted by Fedaykin View Post
In other words, even you agree a realistic approach to comprehensive sex eduction is effective at reducing unwanted pregnancies, and thus abortions.

Glad we can agree on that much at least.
I don't have an issue with public sex ed. My kids will go through some or all of it (depending on what it looks like) I only have an issue with it being made mandatory. Or with it presenting abortion as a birth control option.
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