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27 minutes ago, Grassmarket said:

Nothing to do with the Country. Individual States can do as they choose. Nobody will be more than a $30 bus trip from a legal abortion.

Sure, because that's normal. And also not counting the states that are actually going to try and make traveling out of state for an abortion illegal. And also entirely besides the main points.

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33 minutes ago, Monzanator said:

Sex education in schools? Kinda outdated idea when teenagers can find all the information and then some online? :p

Yes, because porn is known to be a reliable form of sex education :)

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37 minutes ago, Monzanator said:

Who says anything about reliability? Teenagers getting pregnant is old news. :lol:

Yes, but that doesn't mean it's a good idea to get rid of sexual education. That's like saying "children are going to be shot in school anyway, why try to do something against the ease with which any psycho can get a weapon?".

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Just now, heywoodu said:

Yes, but that doesn't mean it's a good idea to get rid of sexual education. That's like saying "children are going to be shot in school anyway, why try to do something against the ease with which any psycho can get a weapon?".

Teenagers getting pregnant is a global theme. School mass shootings is almost endemic to USA and their crazy gun culture (and holding on to laws from 1791 :lol:). If Americans want to live in 18th century reality then it makes sense sexual education gets removed from schools as well :old:

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23 minutes ago, Monzanator said:

Teenagers getting pregnant is a global theme. School mass shootings is almost endemic to USA and their crazy gun culture (and holding on to laws from 1791 :lol:). If Americans want to live in 18th century reality then it makes sense sexual education gets removed from schools as well :old:

Holding on to laws from 1791 isn't so much the problems. The problem is the crazy interpretations!

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4 minutes ago, Agger said:

Holding on to laws from 1791 isn't so much the problems. The problem is the crazy interpretations!

What else do you expect from a country where the same two parties are holding power for 160 years? :lol: And they keep telling us it's the best democracy in the world. Talk to the hand :wacko:

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