Here’s a helpful hint for anyone who disagrees with Boston College’s position on banning the distribution of birth control on campus.

If you don’t like it, don’t go to a Catholic college.

Molly Greenberg of InTheCapital reports.

Georgetown, Catholic University Stand by BC’s Decision to Ban the Distribution of Condoms on Campus

The Internet went wild come Wednesday morning when news of Boston College threatening to punish students for distributing condoms on campus went viral. The controversial announcement was one that has led many to question tradition, while beckoning those more religiously inclined to defend their values, protecting their Catholic commitments. Since the news broke, other Catholic institutions including Georgetown and Catholic University of America have showed solidarity, defending BC’s decision to rid of contraceptives on school grounds.

Boston College officials has demanded that Safe Sites, a network of 18 dorm rooms and other places on or near campus that supply free contraceptives and safe sex informational pamphlets, close down.

In a letter sent to the group approximately two weeks ago, the Boston College administration claimed that the distribution of condoms was in violation of the school’s Roman Catholic values. So in an effort “to protect the values and traditions of Boston College as a Jesuit Catholic Institution,” Boston College contrived a plan to penalize all students who continue to hand out condoms on campus.

In the letter they wrote:

While we understand that you may not be intentionally violating university policy, we do need to advise you that should we receive any reports that you are, in fact, distributing condoms on campus, the matter would be referred to the student conduct office for disciplinary action by the university.