Parents are falling down--badly--on the job with their daughters. What kind of parent doesn't have "the talk" with their own child? What kind of parent depends on the public school system to educate their daughters in how procreation works?
Oh, wait--never mind. I forgot that society's been brainwashed for a few generations, now, into letting the government raise their kids for them.
Government's not doing a real good job, either--apparently, a lot of teen moms didn't think they could get pregnant the first time they had sex, so didn't use any kind of contraception.
Whups! They're taught all about how to use condoms from third grade on, and nobody bothered to tell them when to use them (i.e., every time)? Or even that there is a slim chance that it could fail anyway when used correctly (that means using one every time, putting one on before any genital contact, and/or putting on a new one if one breaks), and they should use a backup method in conjunction? Or even (God forbid) that, since sex was designed to make babies, the only sure way not to get pregnant is not to have sex (after all, there's so much other fun stuff to do)?
This is stuff I plan to teach both of my kids. I'd prefer they wait until they're psychologically and emotionally ready before they have sex in the first place, but I really prefer they're safe when they do.
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