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I honestly don't care if this group is able to go to court and win. I have no issue with them handing out condoms and think the college is wrong to try to stop them but understand the signed the contract is pretty hard to beat. I just also know that college students don't always have as much choice in where they go to college at as many seem to think.
Honestly, this is just a stupid waste of time on the school's part. It will look really bad for the college if they expel these students for giving out condoms, religious affiliation or not. However right they may be legally in doing so, they will still come off bad because the majority of the educated world realizes that condoms are a good thing and using them and encouraging others to do so shows responsibility, something college should be helping to instill into students, not hindering.
"A woman is like a teabag, you never know how strong she is until she gets in hot water." - Eleanor Roosevelt
Keep your religion out of other people's marriages.
That's another issue, this one is about the students passing out condoms against University rules, after having been warned. Also, as a side note, I don't think the University has a problem if these students are in possession of condoms, or if on their way to a party they stop at the local Rite Aid and shell out the $6 for a box of them. But, flagrantly ignoring the warning, and continuing to do what has gotten you the warning in the first place is evidence that they deserve what ever the University decides is proper coming their way.
You don't go somewhere, make yourself aware of the rules, then demand that where you are change their rules to suit you.
Americans are so enamored of equality that they would rather be equal in slavery than unequal in freedom.
Alexis de Tocqueville
One might ask the question, Why now?
more from WBZBoston College, ACLU clash over condom giveaway | Religion News Service
Lizzie Jekanowski, chair of BCSSH, told Boston.com that the Safe Sites program fills a need that the university is not providing to its student body. Students who go to any of the 18 locations — all but one are in dorms — can pick up free male and female condoms, lubricant, and pamphlets about sexual health.
Jekanowski told Boston.com the administration has been aware of these sites for at least two years and never taken action. She said she was upset that BC officials did not reach out to BCSSH members before issuing the threatening letters.
“We’ve had a very open relationship and it’s been very positive,” she said. “This letter was very warmongering and threatening.”
Members of BCSSH have agreed to meet with administrators on April 29 to try to resolve the dispute. In the meantime, it has sparked a campus debate. “I’m sure many people are sexually active on campus. It seems like a good resource,” one student tells WBZ-TV.
“And I have no doubt that every new example will succeed, as every past one has done, in shewing that religion & Govt will both exist in greater purity, the less they are mixed together.”
~ James Madison, letter to Edward Livingston, July 10, 1822