The program is called the Condom Access Project. Its purpose is to provide condoms/lubricants to kids who cannot afford to buy them or are too embarrassed to go to clinics where these items are already distributed for FREE.
Right now I’m scratching my head wondering what’s wrong with teaching kids self-discipline, self-respect, restraint, and yes, abstinence. I’m sick of the “if it feels good, do it” mentality. I’m sick of a school system where you can’t mention God or tell kids what’s right and what’s wrong, a system where you can’t talk about abstinence but you can tell kids as young as 12 how to get FREE condoms.
And who’s paying for this? Well, the CA Family Health Council gets their funding from the CA Department of Public Health. The CADPH gets much of their funding from the federal government. Turns out we are ALL paying for this, whether we want our tax dollars to be spent on a “Free condoms for kids’ program” or not.
But wait, there’s more. This might clear things up for those of us not living in the California-anything-goes-society. Free condoms have been available in San Francisco public schools since 1992. The Student/Parent Handbook for elementary, middle and high school grades explains to students and parents how students can access FREE condoms through the schools. The San Francisco Chronicle reported last month that Galileo High School celebrated Valentine’s Day by hosting an event where hundreds of students lined up to “marry” their sweethearts (regardless of gender, sexual orientation or relationship status). They then were taught how to correctly put on a condom using goggles, which gave them a drunken view of things, and played a variety of games allegedly promoting safe sex. “Teacher Raina Meyers put goggles on students, which made their vision slightly blurry simulating being drunk, and then told them to put a condom on a wooden penis.” The article also stated that, “Many students admitted they decided to participate after teachers said they would get extra credit.” Talk about Pressure!
So, there you have it. Any questions about why there’s so much sexual abuse of students by so-called teachers?