teen vogue....................

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    guide to under fire.
    article is making the rounds on conservative media and of course it's not pretty.
    anyways, what say you? article is aimed at teens who happen to be the most misinformed group (IMHO) due to all the old wives tales out there, if you really went blind for doing it or of you grew hair then I would have been blind long ago with extremely hairy palms. :p
     
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    As long as the information provided is based on medical science, I don't see the problem.
     
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    the pious who are accusing the mag of promoting anal sex blah blah blah......
     
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    jkcerda cares now he can talk to his daughter like a champ.
     
  7. BoxerGT2.5 macrumors 68000

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    Chance of pregnancy is 0 if your taking it in the ass and I'm all in favor of people not having kids who shouldn't be having them.
     
  8. steve knight macrumors 68020

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    the pious seem to worry about sex way too much.
     
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    I hate it when Christian and conservative groups complain about teen pregnancy or abortion rates, but then turn around and throw a fit when teens are taught about how to be safe and smart about sexual activity. You can’t have it both ways. Teens will have sex. That’s just a fact. Why not educate them so they can protect themselves and do their best to prevent pregnancy and disease?

    If two consenting teenagers want to have anal sex then more power to them. It’s their bodies, so it’s their choice.
     
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    well, how DARE other people enjoy sex?
     
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    If god didn't want people to have anal he wouldn't have stuck nerve endings up there.
     
  12. jkcerda thread starter macrumors 6502a

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    flip side if your teenager starts skipping class then you are responsible and could pay fines or end up in jail over it, same if they destroy property.
     
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    The only issue is most teens are stupid and don't listen to anyone because they think they all know better. Things like this we're likely to end up with a bunch of teens with AIDS and torn butt holes.
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    What nerve endings are in the mouth?
     
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    As a teen, I'm happy to learn this information--I feel enlightened after reading that ;)

    In all seriousness, keeping teens in the dark about sex doesn't help anyone. Teens are going to ask questions about it and search things online; it's better that teens get factual information from a magazine than learn it from porn or from accounts told by older friends. And since parents are often unwilling to discuss it with their teens and teens are too embarrassed to ask their parents, some of the information can be gleaned from sources like this. I had sex ed in school, but it was all very rudimentary and I felt many questions were unanswered. Homosexuality wasn't even mentioned once, and I went to a fairly liberal school in a liberal area.
     
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    Well, he is the expert they keep quoting in this article.
     
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    well they don't so why should anyone else?
     
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    So if you educate people on one type of sex on the other, they will listen and try that sex, but they won't listen about protection and wind up with AIDS? You seem to be making a case for teens having selective listening :)
     
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    Teens are idiots. My mother used to say if you want to stop teen pregnancy, don't hand them an infant, hand them a teenager. lol
     
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    they think if kids don't know about it they won't do it. of course I bet they were doing it when they were kids.
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    wise mother handing them a fake infant as led to pregnancies.
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    Keeping teens in the dark in the era of Internet is pretty much an exercise in idiocy.
    I can find enough sexual oriented stuff by accident just by googling "light bulb".
     
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    I guess the motor crapped out.
     
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    Well the tongue does have quite a lot...
     
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    Meh. Teens should learn about sex the way my generation did, by finding Dad's stash of Swedish porn/Playboys. Yep, nothing like watching porn to give teenage girls an impression of male beauty unattainable by most men. Teenage boys ain't gonna meet the girl's unrealistic standards so no nookie.:p
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    That look tells me someone ain't getting any.;)
     
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    When I was in school there was no such thing as formal sex ed, but of course plenty of the informal varieties, including pedantic recitations, cautionary tales, hushed spy stories, and real time experiments. What you could learn was amazing, regardless if confused or right on the money.

    Of course I shared what I knew, having been taught the facts of life formally at age 8 and way before then from just living on a farm as a kid. And others shared back to me some stuff I could hardly process for its levels of ignorance. This was one: I had a friend whose mother was completely unable or unwilling to discuss sex with her two daughters. Turns out her father at some point caught her older sister fooling around with a boyfriend while supposedly watching TV in the den. He dispatched the kid home and then told his daugher his version of the facts of life: Don't ever let a boy put his tongue in your mouth. So, she hever did. And, she was understandably upset when some other activity occurred in the back of her boyfriend's car that "apparently", as her doctor later put it, caused her to become pregnant at age 16. The younger sister, my friend, said to me "What's weird to me is Daddy never told me that, he told me not to let a boy feel under my shirt." Ai ai ai.

    I'm not surprised if the conservatives are imploding or exploding over the Teen Vogue piece. I feel bad for their kids. I'm sorry but if you're in your teens and you don't know anything about sex then you are vulnerable to all kinds of abuse and worse including STDs and never mind the very big deal of becoming a parent unintentionally at far too young an age, or having to choose and acquire an abortion. Is it more of a sin to get pregnant without knowing how it can happen, or to know it and get pregnant anyway because of not having access to contraception?

    We put kids in harm's way on sexual matters through ignorance or unreasonable expectations, and then blame them for messing up if they engage in sex at all. That's the real sin right there. The sexual urge is intense because it has helped ensure maintenance of the species. We've evolved to want very much --very very much!-- to do what can sometimes result in a new little person landing on the planet. So when procreation is not the desired outcome, but sexual activity may occur anyway, then something has to give somewhere, and it should not be the common sense of parents and elders. We are such a benighted country on this subject.
     

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