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    Saving Our Youth Thesis Statement: Although it encourages an early start of sexual activity, condoms should be more accessible to teens because it promotes the practice of safe sex at an early age, it will help avert teenage sexual transmitted infections/ diseases, it will help lower and prevent teenage pregnancy rate from rising. Paragraph II A. To begin with I believe condoms should be more accessible to teens because it encourages and educates the youth on the practice of safe sex at an early…

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    I never really understood the point of being with someone sexually that you could not see yourself with in the future. Now that I am older though, I see some of the possible benefits from it, but the risks still outweigh them. The possibility of contracting a sexually transmitted disease while hooking up is obviously much greater than being in a monogamous relationship. It is even greater since people are much more relaxed…

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    Parents, Condoms and Hypocrisy In 1994 The New York Times ran an article written by Anna Quindlen. Her article is a well written piece in regards to the distribution of condoms in the New York City public schools. Up to this point, the school district had been passing out condoms to teenagers who did not require any permission from their parents. Lawsuits were filed, and the appeals courts decided that this violated parents right to confidentiality. Quindlen writes to show us that this is…

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    scores, the necessary grade point averages, and tuition costs. While those are important factors to consider, not many people realize that some schools are more stressful than others, have higher drug and alcohol addiction rates, and high sexually transmitted diseases percentages. College is a great choice for educating a person and planning for a successful future, though there are many…

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    Sexual Transmitted Diseases: Sex and the Older Adults Introduction Sexuality is an essential part of existence; which makes people sexual creatures from birth to death. The American Association of Retired People (AARP) predicted that by the year 2030 nearly 20% of America will be aged 65 and older. As the population increases in age, so will the complexity of managing their health, especially about sexually transmitted infections (STI) (Imparato & Sanders, 2016). However, the subject of…

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    century, which is the increasing incidence of sexually transmitted diseases, which have a negative effect not only on adults but also on children, on infants. A single unprotected intimate relationship with an infected person is sufficient to contract a sexually transmitted disease (STD). In the absence of an early diagnosis and a perfectly adapted treatment, such a disease can cause serious complications. When it comes to sexually transmitted diseases, I cannot rely on the "it will not happen…

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    protect these students against unwanted pregnancies and diseases. Giving out condoms to students doesn’t open a door to having sex, but instead opens the door to discuss the responsibility of what sex outside of marriage entails. Even if the use of condoms hasn’t slowed down sexual activity in teens and young adults, the availability of being able to get condoms at schools can at least help cut down pregnancies and most sexually transmitted diseases among students that consistently use them.…

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    sexual behavior is a serious issue because it has major consequences. The consequences of adolescent sexual behavior are pregnancy and sexually transmitted diseases. Teen pregnancy and sexually transmitted diseases (STDS) have a significant impact on an adolescent’s life. Pregnancy alters the adolescent girl’s future for the rest of her life. Sexually transmitted diseases are easier to prevent than treat or cure (Clinton, Clark, & Straub, 2010). Although the teen birth rate has decreased over…

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    The Birth Control Method

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    1.What method did you choose? The Birth Control Method that I chose to talk about is Abstinence. With the Abstinence method, doctors are not needed to insert products into the vagina, and only the individual himself who decides to use this method will be depended upon if this method works. In this method the only thing required is for the individual to abstain from vaginal intercourse. 2.How does this method prevent pregnancy? The Abstinence method prevents pregnancy because there is no way…

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    and drugs "a lot."” (Malick) I 've been discussing high schoolers that settled on the decision to have intercourse however most youngsters don 't settle on that decision. Some are exploited and assaulted due to medications and liquor. Sexually transmitted diseases and pregnancies is a major issue in this world. Sex prompts blame and misgiving in some and absurdity and lack of awareness in others. The greater part of the awful things are all connected in some way or another. Medications and…

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