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Condom vending machines promote safe sex Ladies and Gentlemen we should have condom vending machines in government schools Ill be arguing the following points gt That the availability of condoms within schools will not and does not promote teen sexual activity gtThat this system has been proven to encourage those who normally practice unsafe sex to practice safe sex Ill also propose a clear integrated model that will help students make the right decisions in regards to sex where a vital part would be the availability of condoms via vending machines within schools Now for my first point that the availability of condoms within schools will not and does not promote teenage sexual activity The first thing we have to accept is teenagers do have sex and will continue to have sex and just like in the past in some cases unprotected What we need to do as responsible members of society upon this realisation is make sure that teenagers are given every single opportunity to make their actions as risk-free as possible Approximately half of all Australians have had sex by the time they are 16 as found by a recent study by La Trobe University In that it seems only logical to deduce that most people who have had their first sexual experience by the age of 18 will still be in school Teamed with this it has also been found that 60 of people who have had sex by the age of 16 have not used any forms on contraception This has lead to a dramatic increase in reported sexually transmitted diseases including the fatal HIVAIDS among adolescents It has also prompted talk to take action to protect our youth A condom vending machine program funded by the governments for schools could be an active way to help combat this problem It would not in any way incite sexual activity but promote the importance of safe sex
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