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Teens demonstrate for safer sex

Bridger Clinic peer educators
ERIK PETERSEN/CHRONICLE
A group of Bozeman High School students who are peer educators with Bridger Clinic hold signs reading "Every 50 seconds a teen gets pregnant in the U.S." while standing at the corner of Main Street and 11th Avenue Wednesday afternoon.

Safe sex shouldn't be a secret, say members of a coalition aimed at preventing teen pregnancy, so Wednesday they took their message to Bozeman's busiest street.

In honor of the National Day to Prevent Teen Pregnancy, volunteers with the Teen Pregnancy Prevention Coalition aimed attention-grabbing signs at passing motorists with the phrases, "Talk to your kids about sex; everyone else is," and "Every 50 seconds, a teen gets pregnant."

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