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Old 06-27-2013, 05:33 AM   #50
BroncoBeavis
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Originally Posted by Fedaykin View Post
You claimed it didn't reduce unwanted pregnancies or abortions, citing crap data. That's what we're dealing with here.

Why should comprehensive sex ed not be mandatory? Where do you see harm in educating people about their bodies?
The problem with your take is that pregnancy is down everywhere. Even in the yokel states you say aren't following the right prescription. It has far more to do with the mainstream social acceptance of birth control and improved contraception options.

Regardless, its not middle school teachers really driving that.
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