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Young women should have access to product

May 1, 2013
Fairmont Sentinel

Parents don't even like to think about their teenage daughters being involved in sexual activity. But their angst cannot be translated into preventing it. Yes, parents can offer their children the facts of life. They can give stern warnings, mixed with loving support. They can set curfews and try to monitor activities. In the end, though, young women must make decisions on their own. And sometimes the (risky) decision is unprotected sex.



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