If you take birth control, your mother probably hates you

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Katelyn Campbell objected to her publicly funded high school promoting inaccurate abstinence-only sexual education advertised with flyers extolling “God’s plan for sexual purity.”

She thought that it might not be super cool to listen to speakers who said things like “if you take birth control, your mother probably hates you” and “I could look at any one of you in the eyes right now and tell if you’re going to be promiscuous.”

But when she exercised her constitutional right to free speech and complained, the school principal allegedly said: “How would you feel if I called your college and told them what bad character you have and what a backstabber you are?”

Katelyn stood her ground - and Wellesley, her college of choice, publicly tweeted that they are excited to have her on campus this fall.

Katelyn, if you were our daughter, we would be 100% proud of all your choices in life.

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