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Ban on Free Condoms Jeopardizes Group’s Work With Catholic College


Source: The New York Times

Ms. Lennox is part of Boston College Students for Sexual Health, an unofficial campus group formed in 2009 that has worked with campus offices like residential life and health services to plan forums and programming around sexual health… The group and the administration scheduled a meeting to discuss the matter for April 29. Meanwhile, they have settled into an uneasy detente in their disagreement over how sexual health practices and Jesuit teaching should coexist in contemporary college life — with tensions heightened by a swirl of news coverage.

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This entry was posted on April 7, 2013 by in Crisis Communication, Ethics, Gender, Identity, Power/Resistance, Public Relations and tagged , , , , .

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