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Ready for SEX?

You know, my daughter is grown, with two children of her own, but it makes my skin crawl to think of where we as a nation are heading. Can you imagine your daughter or grand-daughter, at - say the age of 11 or 12 in Middle School, receiving birth control and you not even given the opportunity to be made aware of the fact? Well, call me a conservative or worse, small minded and still in the 20th Century, but I want to at least pretend that I still have some "rights" in American. Most importantly, I want to have the Right to raise my own child as I see fit and be aware of what effects them. I didn't really didn't thinkO'Reilly was that crazy!

4 comments:

  1. I heard about that. I think TV is doing it.
    When I was a kid, I was jealous because I though the other kids knew about sex and I didn't-and they wouldn't tell me (probably because they didn't know). Now with TV and the internet, it is everywhere.

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  2. I have to agree with them giving kids birth control I'm afraid, having grown up as a girl that had a difficult adolescence. I know, 11 or 12 is so young, I hear you, but I do know people who have had kids WAY young like that. My cousins' best friend in school got pregnant at 14, and she's a year older than I am, and already a grandmother!! I'm 35!!

    I DO think 11 is a bit young, but maybe 13, 14 or so is OK.
    I do think they have to be very careful what message they give out with the birth control though!!

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  3. we have lost so much... we are lost, deluded, ignorant, selfish, shallow, greedy, trivial...

    the story of this species does not have a happy ending

    portal to the multiverse

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