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Stupid headline of the month award goes to this AP story (as carried in today’s Washington Times):

Condoms in schools don’t cut sex

The subhed offers little help: "New study finds teens more apt to use them if available."

What, did some educrat really think the kids would just use them on bananas as they’re taught in class?

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Condoms aren’t supposed to "cut" sex in schools. Proponents of condoms in school plans don’t allege that codoms will cut the rate of teen sex. What they generally claim is that kids will have sex at that age and that condoms will at least minimize the ill effects of teen sex by helpling to prevent pregnancy and the spread of STDS.

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