Speech on Should High Schools Provide Free Condoms to Students?

A very hearty welcome to each and everyone present. I feel it as a delight to partake in this gathering. On this occasion, I would like to share my views on Should high schools provide free condoms to students. Sex education has become a controversial topic recently, though there is a massive improvement in technology and more people getting educated, Sex is topic where there has not been any open discussion with the children and their parents.

As a result it sparks up the curiosity in kids and they would look for other means to know more about it. There should be an awareness not just for menstruation cycle among high schools girls, but also on sex for both girls and boys.

On implementation on providing free condoms for the high schoolers as part of awareness programmes has initiated a lot of trouble where parents think that availability of free condoms to their kids will encourgae them to have sex,however, studies across the United States over and again exhibit that teens are now having intercourse at more youthful and more youthful ages without assurance from pregnancy and sickness.

So based on this, many organisations have started programs and providing free condoms to students. One of the motives behind these programmes are to provide awareness to students about the STD, as sex is the most common method of transmission. A few opposers of sex education and condom accessibility programs contend that these projects disregard the privilege of parents to instruct their kids about good conduct and strict qualities.

Yet, supposedly, no sex instruction program in the United States eliminates a parent or strict pioneer’s entitlement to show youngsters the qualities that they consider to be significant, including sexual forbearance. What guardians and strict pioneers presently don’t have is the option to utilize the state funded schools to force their own strict convictions on their teens and on others’ young kids. 

A few parents, and instructors have addressed whether making condoms accessible ought to be the work of the school. They contend that school ought to be a spot for learning math and perusing and science, not how to put on a condom. Parents can not impose rules and strictly monitor them all round the clock, it is this which makes them more curious and start to find answers on their own , which may or may not result in a positive approach to the subject.

My final thought would be that, it is the duty of a parent as well as the school to give them proper sex eduction, have an open talk when they reach an age of maturity, to help them deal with all the changes in their bodies.When it is a known fact that no matter how much we try to avoid or we try to stop them from practising sex, they will equally learn different methods to do so.

In synch case it is our responsibility to teach them and provide proper awareness.

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