Thursday, April 18, 2013

Abstinence Amendment Vote Today

http://www.toledoblade.com/local/2013/04/18/Plan-calls-for-stricter-sex-ed-guidelines.html

Read the above article.  Lynn Watchtmann introduced an amendment to Ohio's budget bill that would prevent teachers from distributing contraception on school property and requires them to say that abstinence is the only way to guarantee that a pregnancy will not occur.  The amendment does not ban sex education as many libertines claim.  It only bans what may take place on school property at taxpayer's expense!  Even though the vote has (presumably) already taken place, you can contact your representative to tell him or her that you do not support using taxpayer's money to tell children about what is the most efficient way for them to commit promiscuity.  Hat tip to Representative Lynn Watchtmann for introducing the abstinence amendment.

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