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View Diary: Students at Boston College may face disciplinary action for distributing condoms (183 comments)

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    If they recommend abstinence when it comes dealing with sexual behavior then they are more caring than the people handing out the condoms.

    Condoms are not foolproof.  They can break, come off, etc. At which point STDs ... oh wait... gotta check my pc card at the door.. STI's I mean, and pregnancy become a factor.

    With abstinence there is no possibility of pregnancy and therefore no possibility of needing an abortifacient / abortion.  And I'd venture to say that STI's are a non-factor in this scenario as well.

    So which is more caring for the individual?  Promoting something that keeps them safe or something that has only the "potential" to keep them safe?

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