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    Abstinence is restraining from all sexual activity in any form until a person gets married. The practice of abstinence protects the body from pregnancy, disease, and it allows someone to focus on things in their life other than sex such as school and their future. Abstinence is the best way to protect the body from harmful diseases that could ruin a person’s life or even possibly end it. It also prevents the teenager from taking on such a big task that they’re not ready for. Teenagers…

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    traffickers would be forced to register as sex offenders and pay into a state fund for victims under two new bills under review in Georgia’s House. In combination with Senate Bill 8 and Senate Resolution 7 it would establish a new Safe Harbor for Sexually Exploited Children Fund, which would get money through new $2,500 fines on convicted traffickers and an annual $5,000 fee on adult entertainment establishments. That money would pay for healthcare, housing and other services for victims. SB 8…

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    Sex, a topic no one wants to discuss, at least not openly. However, while we conceal our feelings and actions that are sexually motivated, the world we live in amplifies these thoughts and actions. Sex sells, and whether we know it or not this affects us. There are also many double standards surrounding sex, these especially affect women and girls. Inherently, these standards affect students. High school education has been a subject of possible reform for many years. One facet of this reform…

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    A study in 2013 showed that 47% of high school age students have reported being sexually active (McGee). The fact that educators and parents know their students/children are participating in sexual activities and yet find it unnecessary to teach them to protect themselves is unethical. The CDC have several reports proving that abstinence-only…

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    trying to shut down an organization that’s helped many women. They have taught young children and teens about their bodies and the changes from childhood to adulthood.They have taught people about safe sex and using protection against Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STD’s) or unwanted pregnancy. They have taught people about abusive relationships and the spectrum of sexuality. They have taught people about their options if they get pregnant and do not know what to do. “Planned Parenthood is…

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    The penalty of violation is that of the wrath of God. Specifically in this time period, the Black Death could be easily viewed as another disaster caused by those who did not yield to the ideal order to society. Those who are trying to explain the disease as a function of dirty ones encroaching the boundary allows for a false, but powerful sense of safety. If they believe the suffering is caused by the other, psychologically they are tricked into believing they are in no harm as long as that…

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    A 2006 study by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention indicated that among U.S. high schools, eighty-seven percent taught abstinence while only eleven percent taught safe sex (Abiona, 2012). Statistics shows teens are having more sex, so regarding that information safe sex education should be reinforced. In 2012, The Guttmacher Institute released data and information that sex education not only helps young adults delay intercourse, but also has a positive impact on other decisions when…

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    are very contagious sexually transmitted infection caused by a virus called human papillomavirus, that is transmitted through skin to skin contact, usually during oral, genital, or anal sex with an infected partner. . Once this disease enters the body it cannot be killed, and it affects up to 75% of men and women who are sexually active. When you don’t know your partner's history and having unprotected sex are the two main causes of genital warts. When you begin to be sexually active at a young…

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    commercial with a man and woman making love, or a fast food ad with young women prancing around in small bikinis. Despite this outward media on sex, society runs into the contradiction of sexual repression. With the increase of pregnancy and sexually transmitted diseases among teens, numerous people are quick to…

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    education, or some might say lack thereof, is being taught in Texas public schools continues to be a major topic of debate, driven by high teen pregnancy and sexually transmitted disease and infection rates. Texas sex education curriculum follows an “abstinence-only-before-marriage” approach, and lacks a more comprehensive program to educate teens on disease and infection contraction, pregnancy, condoms, and other concerns which all youth have the right, and need, to know about. However, many…

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