Virginia public school giving out free condoms to student made in India
I remember when I was in high school. It was so long ago cellphones only existed in the big “brick” form. Schools didn’t hand out condoms back then, instead you might see a few posters warning students about teen pregnancy, and everyone was excited to get the latest NES cartridge. I imagine in Virginia it wasn’t exactly much different. Today, thanks to the erosion of society and progressive liberal activist teachers, they are passing free condoms paid for by the tax payer. Now you would think that maybe they would at least pass out AMERICAN MADE rubbers. But even that’s too much to ask these days. The rubbers are made in India! Very progressive.
The city-run Teen Wellness Center at T.C. Williams High School in Alexandria, Va., offers health and family planning services to “teens” ages 12 to 19 who are residents of the city, services that include free made-in-India condoms for any patient who wants to take them from a glass jar located in the lobby.
Dr. Stephen Haering is director of the Alexandria Health Department, a subdivision of the Virginia Department of Health. His department is charged with oversight of the Teen Wellness Center’s policies and practices.
In a telephone interview with Dr. Haering, CNSNews.com asked, “So, back to the question of the jar, those [condoms] are for anybody who is a patient, who could be anyone from 12 to 19 who comes into the clinic, that is correct, though, correct?”