"Article 1.-every person has the right to receive education, information and guidance on regulation of fertility, in clear, understandable, complete form and, where appropriate, confidential.
Such education and information must be delivered by any means, complete and without bias, and cover all the alternatives that have the proper authorization, and grade and percentage of effectiveness of each of them, to decide on the methods of fertility regulation and, especially, to prevent teen pregnancy, you infections sexually transmitted, and sexual violence and its consequences including the secondary or not wanted that these methods may cause the person who uses them and their future children or current pregnancy. The content and scope of the information should be considered age and psychological maturity of the person to whom it is delivered.
This right comprises the receive freely, according to their beliefs or training, guidelines for emotional and sexual life. A regulation, issued by the Ministry of health, will be the way in which the bodies with competence in the matter will make effective the exercise of this right.
Without limiting the foregoing, educational institutions recognized by the State must be within the secondary education cycle a sex education program, which, according to its principles and values, including contents that lead to a responsible sexuality and report lavishly on different contraceptive methods existing and authorized, according to the educational project, convictions and beliefs adopted and provided each educational establishment in conjunction with the centres of parents and guardians;