The city has worked to make it easier for kids to get birth control — giving out condoms at schools and making birth control and the morning-after pill available in some school clinics, a sometimes controversial move. ... “It shows that when you make condoms and contraception available to teens, they don’t increase their likelihood of being sexually active. But they get the message that sex is risky,” he said.
spicynuts: well, in the last decade, right up until the end, teens had some prospect for jobs. that's mostly gone so we'll see what the next decade brings.
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