Originally posted by thedarkprojekt
Yes this is the year 2004, where you can't flip the channel without seeing something sexually explicit. Telling young adults (i'll focus on 13-17
because obviously once your over that age your mature enough to deceide) to not have sex will not work because society has painted this marvelous
picture about how good sex can be and that its ok to have sex and wear sexy clothes. Its not the old days anymore like someone stated here before. So
start teaching and less preaching, the more educated they are on a subject the less harm that can be done.
Yes but most kids don't watch sexually explicit material. They start squirming at the sight of it. They more like phase themselves out of reality
watching cartoons on Cartoon Network.
I guess the kids from low income families start thinking sexual thoughts early on. You could go to an extreme case where the mother of the kid works
in the sexual entertainment business??
There has been news on msn.com, where some kids where these bracelets and they start experimenting with sexual acts.