Arizona schools put pro-abstinence sticker on science textbooks
Arizona's Gilbert School District allegedly placed stickers on high school students' science textbooks that highlighted a "strong interest in promoting childbirth."
The sticker was discovered by a Suzanne Young, a high school student's mother, and it clearly shows anti-abortion views while promoting abstinence. Young also tweeted about the implications of not putting the sticker on a textbook:
According to AZ Central, last year, the same school district voted to remove several pages from an honors biology book that suggested that contraception could prevent pregnancy.
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