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Letter to the editor: Single-sex shelters wanted to guard Maine girls from violence

Proposed legislation, LD 1238, a law to protect same-sex shelters, would give privately owned establishments providing emergency shelter to women the discretion to provide gender-based accommodation without risking sanctions for discrimination based on gender identity. There are real and serious conflicts that arise when women’s shelters attempt to balance expectations of inclusivity with women’s need Read More
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Letter to the editor: Single-sex shelters wanted to guard Maine ladies from violence

Proposed legislation, LD 1238, a law to protect same-sex shelters, would give privately owned establishments providing emergency shelter to women the discretion to provide gender-based accommodation without risking sanctions for discrimination based on gender identity. There are real and serious conflicts that arise when women’s shelters attempt to balance expectations of inclusivity with women’s need Read More
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Letter: Medically correct intercourse training works | Prior Lake Letters to the Editor

I am writing to ask all of you to reach out to your lawmakers to endorse HF 358, the Comprehensive Sex Education Act. Comprehensive sex education programs encourage positive and affirmative communication between parents and adolescents regarding sexuality to help young people establish individual values ​​and make healthy choices. Parents need to be aware of Read More
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Letter to the editor: Shield intercourse schooling in Montana | Opinion

The current debate on Senate Bill SB 99, Planned Parenthood and Sex Education in Schools brought back old memories. When I was studying teen pregnancy as a nursing student in 1977, I interviewed two middle school principals. Both forty men were visibly uncomfortable talking to me and acknowledging that there were no sex education curricula Read More
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Letter: Intercourse training requirements assist | Letters

Governor Pete Ricketts urged parents to share their views on the proposed sex education standards as he urged them to be removed from the new health education standards. As a grandparent and former health education teacher, I will. Contrary to the governor’s statement (“Ricketts: Sex Education Part of Proposed Health Standards in Nebraska Should Be Read More
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Letter: Intercourse offenders are redeemable

Approximately 100 U.S. teachers, mostly women, are charged with sex crimes each year, although many others are not reported. Matters between teachers and students are becoming more common in both the US and Europe, probably because the rise of social media has made communication easier and more private. In most European countries, the age of Read More
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Letter: Utah desperately wants higher intercourse ed curriculum

In the Deseret News article, “Utah Legislators Do Not Need Consent As Part of Sex Education,” published February 8, Marjorie Cortez stated that the House Education Committee voted 4-7 against HB177. HB177 would have added instructions on consent, coercion, sexual violence deterrence, and sexual assault mitigation to the Utah sex education curriculum. Consent – and Read More
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