The new rules are part of a wider effort to crack down on the scourge of teen pregnancy.
As of February, all teens will be required to have a condom, as well as a safe haven for their sexual activity, and there will be a “no sexual contact” zone.
The new rules also make it harder for teens to get pregnant, meaning they will be forced to abstain from sex for at least the first two months of their high school graduation.
And while the rules do not apply to students who have already graduated, they will require them to have parental permission before getting pregnant.
But the changes also go beyond simply restricting sexual activity to a specific time.
They also mean that girls will now be able to attend class, which could make it more difficult for them to get married and get pregnant.
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