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Suppose you know a successful chief executive officer of a small to medium-sized company. He is well paid, but you know he has the talent to go on to a more challenging position. You know he could do better financially as well.
Common sense and condom sense seldom accompany each other these days. The mere mention of condom education is enough to make otherwise sensible people emotionally charged and vocal about what they think sex education should be or not be. Some argue it is a matter of morals, but whose morals?
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