Blue State Promotes Map Directing Minors To Free Condoms

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Washington state promotes a map on its health department’s website directing minors to locations that offer free condoms.

The map, linked on the Washington State Department of Health’s Teen Health Hub, directs viewers to places that provide free condoms in the state. The condom map highlights locations like vape shops, Planned Parenthood chapters, taverns and tattoo parlors as offering free protection.

Some of the locations flagged by the map have “condom cube[s],” which are kits that include a variety of condom brands. (RELATED: US Taxpayers Paid For Hundreds Of Thousands Of Condoms To Be Sent To Terrorist Hotbed)

The map is approved by Washington’s Youth Advisory Council, according to the department. The council is a “group of diverse young people from around Washington” that “helps the Washington State Department of Health learn about the public health topics that are important to young people,” according to its description.

The Teen Health Hub also recommends resources to minors related to abortion, transgenderism and sex education, according to its website,

The state passed a law in May 2023 requiring youth shelters to hide minors who have run away from their parents if they are seeking an abortion or sex-change operation.

One Washington school reportedly gave elementary students a lesson that pushed preferred pronouns and puberty blockers. Another school district in the state didn’t allow students to opt out of LGBT Pride-related lessons.

The Washington State Department of Health and Public Health Seattle and King County did not immediately respond to the Daily Caller News Foundation’s requests for comment.

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