Sex Education

Age: 31
Gender: Female
Posts: 1808

March 10th, 2007 at 05:29pm
When there's a teen couple that's been going out for like, a while, then obviously they're going to do stuff. If people keep saying "say NO!!!!!" then they will plan on saying no. But they are TEENAGERS. Hormones, love, etc. They'll probably just end up having unprotected sex because they didn't plan on it. Stupid mistake if you ask me.

But seriously. This is why sex becomes "taboo" and then teenagers are drawn to sexy advertisements and bootlilicious music videos. There are sexual feelings between teenaged couples and it's better to get it out using safe contraceptive methods than to try and hold it back forever.

Better safe than sorry really.
At my school it's taught that you have safe sex, unless you actually want kids, and even then it's promoted you wait until you've finished school, and that you do it with someone you truely feel comfortable with, or else don't do it at all.
I like how it's taught that way. It just feels right, and since it's a public school, they can't exactly say no this isn't right. and things like that.

They have been teaching kids at my school to have safe sex.
And that even then if they're safe, there is the odd possibility that things can go wrong. And what you can do about it.

So i'm certain kids at my school are being well informed about this sort of things, and i'm glad.

same at my school. Its better when they explain everything and not leave people uninformed, really...and yeah, there will always be kids having sex weather people like it or not Very Happy
King For A Couple Of Days
Age: 35
Gender: Female
Posts: 4708
March 11th, 2007 at 03:06am
Sodomy is illegal in alot of places at any age actually. So them being 15 wouldn't matter anyways.

Oh duh, I never thought of it as sodomy.
In that case never mind my question.
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Between Halloweens.
Age: 34
Gender: Female
Posts: 2410
March 16th, 2007 at 03:36pm
When I was in school, they started teaching sex education from the age of 10. I think thats a good age to get kids learning about it. I mean, there's a lot of controversy surrounding this issue. What is the right age to start educating kids. It's a big debate, and there's pro's and con's for it. I mean, yeah, kids need to know about this stuff, but only teach them about the basics when they're young as you don't really wanna get them into the much more detailed [[&& complicated]] side of Sex && Relationships. I could write so much on this subject, it's unreal.