Quick! Call the Condom Police…

Students Oppose Contraception Campaign on Campus

By Hilary WhiteFREDERICKSBURG, Virginia, February 26, 2007 (LifeSiteNews.com) – On one snowy Wednesday this month, a student at the University of Mary Washington was manning a table giving out chocolate bars and a message unlike most seen that day at contemporary university campuses.On St. Valentine’s Day at the small Fredericksburg, Virginia liberal arts college, a new student group, “Project Plus,” handed out bars of Hershey’s chocolate wrapped in an educational flyer that read, “True Love is worth more than Contraception.” The other side of the wrapper/flyer read, “It makes sense that condoms are handed out today with nothing more than a tiny chocolate kiss. This reflects how little love you can express while using one. Using contraception tells your lover, ‘I don’t want to share every part of myself with you.’”


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