Med help is designed to be a safe place to ask any question. It may be asked on the wrong forum, but Med Help moderators will move it when that is the case. But I think it is awesome that med help gives women and men the opportunity to ask whatever they need to and hopefully get helpful information without judgment. That's the intent of the site. luck to all
I couldn't agree more specialmom!
I'm gonna bump again. Positivity win!
This is so true and a lot of parents are opting out of sex ed for thier children. My high school go so many complaints about it that they didn't do it for 3 years and surprise surprise half of us ended up pregnant by the time we were 20!
Totally agree with this post...
Your sooo right, positivity wins!!!
Although it is annoying to an extent because someone that is legal to vote should know what sex is and how it works.. can anyone really complain? They aren't passing around aids, or stds that's for sure. Better than purposely getting pregnant at 14 or 15 because you want a baby and think theyre responsible enough.
I don't know....if their younger than 16 (which some of the questions and such were coming from young kids) I honestly don't think they should be having sex...nor do they need to know about it...shoot I was playing in the dirt still until I got in high school and felt like I had to have sex.....in middle school you should be playing with dolls...
Exactly I just posted something regarding how we should stay positive and my post got deleted :( not trying to start anything just trying to be nicer and understandable to other people that are probably lost in questions.