“If you take birth control, your mother probably hates you.”
“I could look at any one of you in the eyes right now and tell if you’re going to be promiscuous.”
Such were the remarks of Pam Stenzel’s talk with students at George Washington high school in West Virginia at an assembly advertised as “God’s plan for sexual purity.”
When student body vice president Katelyn Campbell spoke out against the abstinence-only assembly her principal George Aulenbacher threatened to call the college where she’s been accepted to report that she has “bad character.”
Tell the Kanawha County of West Virginia Board of Education that students like Katelyn have the right to speak out about they believe in without fear of retaliation and that students deserve comprehensive sexuality education to make informed decisions about their sexual health.