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Here's why we need medically accurate sex ed NOW!

Posted by Ryan Morgan on October 20, 2014 at 10:52 AM

In a recent Washington Post column, Catherine Rampell interprets the always mind blowing (or at least for SC it is) data from National Campaign to Prevent Teen and Unplanned Pregnancy.

Not only do low-income, less-educated Americans have difficulties accessing effective birth control, but they also are more likely to believe misinformation like having sex while standing up in an effective form of birth control and that the pill doesn’t work most of the time.

WaPo chart

Check out the article for yourself.

To turn this misinformation train around in South Carolina, we MUST provide students with medically-accurate information.  Click here to send the gubernatorial candidates an email today and ask them where they stand on reforming sex education in our state.

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