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Wrong age group, I was focusing on 13-17. Believe me when i say they don't simply watch cartoons anymore.
Originally posted by Shadow
Not true, I'm 17 years old and watch cartoon network frequently. I suppose though that my tv viewing habits aren't very representative of those from the majority of my age group, considering that about the only other channels I watch are Sci-Fi, Tech Tv, and The Science Channel.
Originally posted by Graystar
There are only two people who believe that, the distributers and those who have never had sex!
Originally posted by Surreal_Rain
Originally posted by websurfer
Originally posted by MKugs
Should schools be allowed to give out condoms at the nurse to help kids in making the right decision to have "safe sex," or does this give permission for students to have sex?
Your scarring me. Exactly how old are these kids that your talking about. When you say school I'm picturing a nurse giving a 6 year old a condom.
Around here schools begin giving out condoms in 5th grade!!!
It's good to inform children about sex, but fifth grade is a bit too young.
Originally posted by James the Lesser
But in reality, a if a kid is going to have sex, he will have sex, if he isn't, then he won't. Sorry, having a condom in your wallet does not force you to have sex, it just makes sure the ones that do will not be having kids or spreading most STDs.
Originally posted by Illmatic67
I was in 5th grade when my class started handing out condoms to the boys.
There has been news on msn.com, where some kids where these bracelets and they start experimenting with sexual acts.