6 November 2011
If the world were perfect people would be honest and faithful in their relationships. If the world were perfect, there wouldn’t be such thing as sexually transmitted diseases or teenage pregnancies. Teens wouldn't feel the pressure to have sex at young ages for dumb reasons. Teens would think about their decisions before they made immature mistakes that they would regret later on in life. If this were so then there would be no reason for abstinence. There would be no consequences for teens to have sex at such a young age.
Although, if you haven’t realized the world is nothing like this. Guys are always lying to stay out of trouble with their significant other. Most guys (not all) tend to drift off and cheat on their mate. This is how most STD's are transferred. In the U.S., 1 in 4 sexually active teens become infected with an STD every year. Some common STDs are chlamydia, gonorrhea, genital warts (also known as HPV - human papillomavirus), and herpes. The girls tend to forgive their boyfriends because they are either to insecure and feel they can’t find anyone else or because they think their boyfriends won't do it again, which leads up to teenage pregnancy. There is an increasingly large amount of teenage pregnancies. Nationally, nearly one million young women under age 20 become pregnant each year. That means close to 2800 teens get pregnant each day. Some teens think that the world is going to end in 2012 so it's okay for them to have kids young, but let me assure anyone who thinks this; it’s not true at all. Not one teen should feel obligated to have sex with their "other" because they feel that they're going to leave them or that the world is going to end. Teenage girls tend to deal with a lot of emotional difficulties after having sex. They believe that when they have sex with their boyfriends their relationship will be everlasting, but it usually ends about two months after the sex...
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