The Family Foundation suggests protecting your children from the mailbox. My guess is that Gov. Ralph Northam will have the public schools give children that sextext number too.
From here (en.wikipedia.org)
Parents, keep watching your mailbox. Be sure you’re the one who collects and sorts it. Look for a postcard sent from the Virginia Department of Health in Richmond addressed to your child.
It’s an attractive, action-filled piece of artwork that encourages your teen to “exchange sex texts” with someone at the other end who is a perfect stranger to your child. The code for your teen to text is Talk2MEVA. That code will connect them with an unseen outsider to talk about STDs, sexuality, contraception, relationships and more—shouldn’t you as the parent be the one to do that? Regardless, there is no mention of you, the parent.
The Family Foundation (www.familyfoundation.org) is alarmed at this move by our state government to introduce another anonymous reporting system that violates privacy. It is just kicking off, so grab the postcard when it arrives and don’t tell your…
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