Jelly bracelets are making a comeback, but this time around instead of making a fashion statement, they could be making a statement about your kid's sex life. Schools all over the nation, including one in Utah, are banning the jelly bracelets that kids are now calling sex bracelets. The different colored bracelets are said to represent different sexual favors. Each color represents a certain sexual favor. In a game called snap, if a boy breaks the bracelet off a girl's wrist, he gets a sexual coupon for that act. Jelly bracelets are the biggest fad right now in schools across the nation.
They're called "sex bracelets" and they're game pieces in a highly sexualized game with sexual implications and real life consequences. Officials with Mesa County School District 51 are asking parents to talk with their kids about the accessory, after the issue was brought to light and a school in Lafayette, Colo. The bracelets are a game piece in a highly sexualized game with sexual implications and real life consequences. The bracelets are made of plastic, sometimes called "jelly" bracelets, and they're an accessory that could have kids pressuring each other into having sex.
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It involves jelly bracelets, a rather inexpensive accessory. Some say the rubber jelly bracelets, a rather inexpensive accessory are key pieces in a sex game, and while Leon County students know the rules of the game, no one seems to be playing. A trend from the 80's is making its way back in to pop culture, but this time jelly bracelets could be making more than a fashion statement.