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Bristol Palin rejected by college students as abstinence speaker

HollywoodNews.com: Not everyone wants to hear what Bristol Palin has to say, especially when it’s about sex education and it comes at a pricey fee.

Bristol was reportedly going to speak at Washington University next month during Sexual Responsibility Week, states RadarOnline.com. However, she no longer will as students were quick to protest her being involved.

Part of the problem was that Bristol was being paid by student-generated funds and she reportedly costs between $15,000 and $30,000. The students were not cool with that as they have faced budget cuts for other activities.

Another problem was that many students weren’t sure she was even the right person for the job. Students protested that she lacks expertise in the area and is more of a “gimmick.” They also believed that having her talk about abstinence really isn’t a part of sexual education.

Do you think Bristol Palin is a good speaker?

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One Comment

  • January 28, 2011 | Permalink |

    Good for them. Having Bristol teach kids not to have sex is like having Mama Grizzly preach about wild life protection. Can we get rid of both of them. Mama is three beers short of a six pack and the daughter is just an empty can. They are both parasites that suck the life blood out of the stupid.

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