Sex: Students Are Just Saying "Yes"
Funny enough, students who take abstinence classes are still getting it on. This most likely has to do with their being young teens. Meanwhile, the Bush administration is urging us not to draw any major conclusions from the study, such as "Teens are really into sex", since that would just be unfounded.
US students attending sexual abstinence classes are no more likely to abstain from sex than those who do not, according to a new study.
Participants in special programmes were just as likely to have sex a few years later as those who did not attend.
In the past few years of Republican Party control of Congress, the spending on no-sex-before-marriage education has risen from $10m to $176m a year.
Critics have repeatedly said the programmes are not working.
They say the money would be better off spent on a comprehensive sex education that would include abstinence.
[JORDAN PRACTICES FOR PARENTHOOD]
Any kids out there reading this:
The age of consent is 18 in the US and 16 in most other places. If you are below this age, wait. Then wait just a leeeetle bit longer.
If he's sixteen and he says he loves you, he's just trying to get into your pants.
If he's 28 and you're 15, then he's a creep. Eeew. Get outta there.
Condoms are good things. They can prevent sex from killing you slowly and painfully.
Sex is not like in the movies. It's messy (in many ways) and the lighting is harsher.
Be careful out there.
Oh, and, by the way, for those lookin' to crowdsource this article, please be careful when searching youtube for "teen" and sex"!