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So long as there is a choice, I don't see a problem. I consistantly sign my son up for the Abstinence based (the ones that go beyond just Abstinence) classes. What one decides to do for their own children is fine. Forcing limitations on other people's children, however, is a violation of Rights of those Parents who WANT their children taught in a more formal, educational setting. Just because YOU don't believe in such education, doesn't mean you have the Right to deny OTHERS that Right. Andrew


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