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The Cutting Room Floor:
“The Causes and Effects on Premarital Sex”

by
Stephanie Joyce Uymatiao

for
English IV
Second Term 2007-2008

Submitted to
Miss Melfe Cañolas Cuizon
Holy Cross High School
Outline Page
I. Introduction
II. Definition of Terms
A. Sex
B. Adolescents and Puberty
III. Causes
A. Friends’ Influences
B. Family
C. Drugs and Alcoholism
D. Boy- Girl Relationships
E. Media
F. Temptation
G. Sexual Abuse
H. Confident of Contraceptives
I. Ignorance
J. Bad in School
K. Others
IV. Effects
A. Physical Effects
B. Social Effects
C. Emotional Effects
V. Prevention
A. Prevention Help from People
B. Self- Discipline
C. Fear of Risks
VI. Conclusion
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“…There is just no condom for heart...”

by

Anonymous

Dedication Page:

I. Introduction
One phenomenon, more than any has seemed to concern a great deal of people, especially on the part of those who are affected by it. It has caused unwanted pregnancies, the spreading of diseases, a lot of guilt, and not to mention, the decrease of teenage virginity. This is if you have guessed it, Premarital Sex. From the word itself you will know that it simply means sex before marriage. Quite a lot are into this and those who engage in this often do so because they want to be accepted by their peers, they hope for pleasure and they want the fulfillment of their sexual desires. They obviously don’t know what they’re getting into. But then again, maybe they do and they just don’t want to face the responsibilities that they need to handle. These things are causing our youth to get more and more involve in sexual behaviors such as homosexual sex, sex with multiple...