The Philadelphia Department of Public Health has started a new program -- sending condoms through the mail to children as young as 11.
The controversial new City of Brotherly Love program, entitled "Take Control Philly," has been launched in an effort to prevent STDs and prevent unplanned pregnancy.
"A recent survey of sixth-graders in West Philly showed that 25 percent of the 11-year-olds had already had sex," according to NewsOne.com. Additionally, more kids in Philadelphia have had sex by age 13 than in any other state in the country.
While the city does not condone children having sex at age 11, they want to protect children who are sexually active.
The site states, "If you live in Philadelphia and you are between the ages of 11 and 19, all you have to do is fill out the form below and we'll put together a package for you."
Momlogic wants to know: Should more states provide condoms to tweens?