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Should High Schools Provide Birth Control Information and Condoms Teenage pregnancy during the late 90s has risen tremendously throughout the years Many studies have found that the number one age group of teenagers that become pregnant are between the ages of 15 and 16 This age group is just entering a world of its own called High School filled with homework parties drugs and last but not least sex Although most would disagree with me I believe that high schools should not provide information about birth control and should especially not provide condoms Instead high schools should inform the students about the responsibility that is taken when having sex and how in these days it may be better to practice abstinance A way a High School could approach an issue like teen pregnancy is by simply stating the responsibility that is put on both partners when they make a choice to be sexually active The female having the responsibility of raising a child on a day to day basis if she becomes pregnant And the male having the responsibility of providing for him or her and also raising the child Either way a male or a female who decides to have sex at an early age in life with or without a condom is taking a big risk to bring a child into their life even though they are not ready When I say that they are not ready I mean that both the male and the female have so many worries in their life as teenagers whether it be finishing school getting good grades and getting a head start in their future careers that their life would be put on hold for a long time So if the Teachers and the students can both realize this risk that is being taken they would come to an understanding that it is better to be safe than sorry and
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