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.

See the video below for more information:

Arizona School Board Gets Rid Of Abortion Pages In Biology Textbooks

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