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    I think that scoffing condoms is detrimental to the situation. If a person wants to have sex, they will do so. Educating them on how to be safe will only help the situation, not hurt it. I think that the pope needs to think about the larger picture and perhaps keep his mouth shut on this one. There are however, people that agree with him. This news site has some particularly entertaining footage of a woman defending her stance. http://www.newsy.com/videos/pope_s_condom_remarks_stir_debate

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    I think that scoffing condoms is detrimental to the situation. If a person wants to have sex, they will do so. Educating them on how to be safe will only help the situation, not hurt it. I think that the pope needs to think about the larger picture and perhaps keep his mouth shut on this one. There are however, people that agree with him. This news site has some particularly entertaining footage of a woman defending her stance. http://www.newsy.com/videos/pope_s_condom_remarks_stir_debate

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    To fight against the use of condoms is the fight against common sense. To the extent that people already engage in sexual activitices, condoms can hardly be seeen as exascerbating the problem. I think the real issue is to teach responsible sexual behavior. Preaching abstinence is an anachronism that’s out of touch with reality. You can find more of this perspective at: http://www.ricoexplainsitall.com/politcs-economy/2009/3/20/sex-and-the-vatican-city.html

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