Nothing controversial here, no siree:
When kindergarten through fifth grade students return to class at Veterans Memorial Elementary School in Provincetown, Mass., this fall, they'll be able to ask the school nurse for condoms.
Thanks to a new, district-wide policy approved by the Provincetown School Board, condoms are now available to students in all schools, regardless of their age. Parents will not be informed if their kids request condoms.
Officials say that there's no set age when sexual activity starts and students who ask for condoms will also receive counseling and information on abstinence.
Thank goodness somebody is paying attention to the out-of-control promiscuity of kindergartners and first graders and has the good sense to give the kids condoms. And who knows what disruptions in the education process those pesky parents would cause if they were informed?
The headline on the story was "Should Elementary Schools Give Condoms to Students?" Somebody at ABC News actually thought that was a serious question worthy of debate. Lord.