The Daily Beast reports:
Most college students in the U.S. have access to a full menu of sexual health resources, from STI testing to Plan B and the NuvaRing. But as of March 15, the Jesuit University has threatened to take disciplinary action against a group of students if they continue giving out rubbers on campus—specifically in student-run Safe Sites, a network of dorm rooms and other locations where prophylactics are passed from peer to peer.
In a letter signed by Paul J. Chebator, the dean of students, and George Arey, director of residence life, school officials told students living in the Safe Sites that distributing condoms was in conflict with their “responsibility to protect the values and traditions as a Jesuit, Catholic University…”
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