College students question opt-in bill for sex education

Topeka Capital Journal

February 2, 2015

“Williams, a student at Emporia State University, said the pending legislation threatened to build a barrier between young people and age-appropriate sex education.

“Sex education is better if we have the public education system teach it,” Williams said. “I think it’s sort of a common-sense decision.”

Sigler and Williams were at the Capitol with students from several other college campuses involved with United for Reproductive and Gender Equity, formerly known as Choice USA. The organization promotes “sexual and reproductive justice” by training and mobilizing leadership around a youth-driven agenda.”