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Condoms for kindergarteners

What is up with Massachusetts? It’s beautiful, historical and I loved living there for nearly five years — but sometimes the social shenanigans of “The Bay State” leave me scratching my formerly hair covered head. Have you heard the latest? Provincetown school district superintendent recently wrote a policy [approved by local school board members] that allows elementary students to procure condoms from their school — granted they have to talk to a nurse who would most likely deny them the prophylactic. All this without the knowledge of parents — and actually prohibiting parents from being informed of the child’s request in order to “honor the children’s privacy”.  REALLY?  Who are these people making these kinds of decisions? Do they not have children? Now the Governor has stepped in and urged school leaders to revise or reverse the policy. What’s going down in Provincetown?  More details in video…

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