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By  davehorn  |  1

birth control dumbass!

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By  davehorn  |  1

birth control dumbass!

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  KingGeorgeGal  |  12

YDI for having sex at 15 and not using enough protection.

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where I am, 15 is only a year before technically its legal to have sex with someone your own age.. and you don't know how close she is to 16... admittedly they should have been more careful.. people have to remember condoms can break.. :/

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  Keyman1212  |  14

Well, it's the US so 15 is quite illegal for having sex, and if the dad is so inclined, he can have the boy friend charged with statutory rape, which, if she is pregnant, will most certainly result in a conviction, and label OP as a sex offender for the rest of his life. The dad cleaning his guns is the LEAST of OP's worries. He should be worried about how fucked his future is about to be.

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  ryno101  |  3

dead baby jokes might actually be appropriate for this guy...

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  afdude87  |  6

I'm just wondering how old op is. 14? 20? same age, eh.. sex happens at that age, shoulda been more careful, idiot. couple years ooolder and you're a dumbass, no wonder daddy was pissed off.. enjoy jail!

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  luna4545  |  4

15 is definitely way to young to be having sex..and everyone here is right. condoms are easy to come by and not very expensive at all. OP coulda gotten a 40 pack at walmart for less than 10 bucks..it may be cheaper I can't remember. he totally deserves it. and to #33 yes a condom can break. but from someone who has had one break while in the act..1) it is quite obvious the feeling is completely different. and 2) idk if this happens every time but for us there was a popping sound when it busted. it makes more sense to think of the condom having a hole some getting through when he came (that's why guys should always pull out..condom or no condom) that being if they used protection and from watching A LOT of 16 and pregnant..they probably didn't. not a single teen on that show said yes we used protection. they all said no.

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  Sarababyyy94  |  0

I like how everyone jus assumes they didn't use protection.... if the kid is smart enough to post an FML then he probably has atleast enough common sense to use a condom... maybe it broke. let's not be so harsh on the kid... we all make mistakes. OP, just be honest and deal with all of it as maturely as you can (=

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  Awsumuzzie  |  12

You guys need to put this into perspective though... Just imagine the horror of walking in on a guy buffing his arms, it's not pretty.

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  0opsie  |  6

42 - He can't be charged with anything if he's a minor too. I doubt her father would let her go out with a legal adult if he's the type to clean his guns in front of her boyfriends.

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  Jammy01jams  |  2

I thought me friend was young! She had sex with her past boyfriends multiple times around 13. Not saying I agree or anything, but the past generations have no idea what most teens do. Nearly every person at my school tokes, and hundreds of the people in the school have had sex, gotten BJs or other sexual things I don't even want to think about. Kids are having sex younger and younger and this is at a Catholic school. Where very few of us including myself are actually religious. I just hate to see these adults on this site not realizin their kids are doing much worse than you think.

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  tweetbaby14  |  17

actually, in certain states 15 is legal. here in Michigan, and most other states, 16 is the age of consent. while in other places, such as Hawaii, kids as young as 12 can legally have sex( weird huh?). the age of consent is the states choice 16 is just the normal age chosen. still... YDI OP. I won't be a hypocrite and say wait till marriage, but if you cant handle the possible consequence of having your balls shot off by your baby mama's father then you shouldn't be having sex.

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  Keyman1212  |  14

Actually 101, he CAN and WILL be charged, even as a minor. That's the difference between statutory rape, and rape.

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  TobyFunke  |  3

not cheaper, condoms (decent ones at least) are almost 1$ a pop. They can go get it at planned parenthood though rather than having unwanted babies and spreading their diseases

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101: Yes, yes he can. The law concerning statutory rape in the U.S. is bias to the female. Basically stated, it says if you have sex with a girl under 18 your a sex offender regardless of your age. However, the loophole in that is if she was over the "age of consent" which varies from state to state. Also, even if she was past the age of consent, a parent would have to consent to the relationship being sexual. I doubt "ex-military" dad would go for that. XD

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  Bobissmall  |  13

#148: You're saying if a 15 y/o boy and girl both willingly have sex, then it's still statutory rape for the male? That doesn't sound right. Talk about double standards? I'm hoping that's just in the US, as i already know you've got crazy laws...

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  burninnapalm  |  5

119 - lol I was thinking the same thing. I mean how many times have we all seen a post that makes us think "holy shot how did this guy/gal even made it through life to this point? "today, I thought it would be cool to light a trash can on fire with a motorboat's engine. my fathers boat proceeded to explode, FML" like seriously.

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* I'm more then half asleep and on my phone. Not going to try and grammar Nazi myself. any grammar Nazi's out there, you have my permission. Go for it.

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  tweetbaby14  |  17

148, I'm assuming you don't know much about the law.... what the hell is the point of the age of consent if at any age you can still be charged with statutory rape? I'm pretty sure if both parties are under 18 and older than the age of consent it's perfectly legal and just frowned upon.

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  CitrusGirl  |  0

It's only statutory rape if he is over 18. I assume he is since he felt the need to state her age. If they're both 15, they should have been more careful, but that's not too young to be having sex, it's only a year younger than when you can drive in America.

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  witchdoctor1  |  9

Keyman. everyone is so quick to pull the rape card. yes they are both minors and yes it is a federal thing. but. if the op can step up and take care of the child....the kid made a mistake. n if he admits up to it that's no reason to fuck up the kids entire life based on a mistake he knows he made

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  dave04045  |  1

Why does everyone think that this can be a legal issue? Unless they were on different sides of the age of consent in their state, it doesn't matter. They can do what they want. Anyway, YDI for being a dumbass, having sex when you weren't ready for kids, and/or not using contraception.

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  JD611  |  1

A female can be guilty of statutory rape as well as a male. If a female age 25 has consensual sex with a male under the age of consent she is guilty of statutory rape as well. Further, in most states the statutory rape laws are written to exclude punishing minors for having sex with other minors.

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  Keyman1212  |  14

Jesus fucking Christ Tweetbaby, you're the one who doesn't know law. My father is an Lawyer, and so I've grown up with law in my life. And the lowest age of consent is 16 in the United States. 15 is not an age of consent in any part of the US.

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  FarSide  |  22

DON'T worry about the firearms for now. DO worry about your Statutory Rape conviction. Your teen ass is going to pull the entire train every night while serving that 4-7 year prison stretch. "Big Frank", "Butterbean", "Bug", "Grippo", and "Skint-back" are going to just love playing choo-choo with you boy. THEN in 5 years you can worry about the guns, and paying child support for the next 15 years. I bet you wishing you had kept your "wonder-weasel" behind that zipper, aren't you boy? LOL!

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  tweetbaby14  |  17

because your parent is a lawyer doesn't mean you know every law and loop-hole, my dear. actually, in Hawaii (I had a bit of misinformation earlier), the youngest a person can have sex is 14 and the other person they want to have sex can be no more than 5 years older than themselves. boom.

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  FarSide  |  22

@178. It is statutory rape because the girl is under the age of consent. The Law (basically identical in all 50 states) says that if she is not at the age of consent (Canada its 16, 16-18 in the US-- it varies by State), IT DOES NOT MATTER THAT ONE OR BOTH PARTIES willingly engaged in sex.... because a person below the age of consent does not have the mental capability to make the informed, correct decision to have sex. Hey... I know... some of you think you know, but the Law has to create an arbitrary line in the sand somewhere. P.S. Whether one or both parties do not want to file criminal charges does not matter. Because Statutory Rape is a Criminal Violation, the State (Law Enforcement or Prosecutors) file the charges.

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  cradle6  |  13

Two minors (that is, two people under the age of consent) do not have to worry about statutory rape laws. Statutory rape laws are created to prevent adults from having sex with teenagers, not to prevent teens from having sex. No matter the ages, as long as OP is not above the age of consent, statutory rape charges cannot be filed. Even if he was 18, he might still be protected, depending on the state. For example, in Texas there is an affirmative defense against statutory rape that legally protects the older party as long as the couple meets certain requirements (such as that the relationship is not incest, and that their age differential is not over a certain number). And to whoever posted the idiotic comment that "the difference between statutory rape and rape is age," you are completely wrong. RAPE is the act of having sex with someone forcibly, STATUTORY RAPE is the act of having sex with someone consensually, but is not legally capable of making their own decisions.

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  swittig  |  0

scratch that. I was using outdated info. But still, minors below the age of consent can be charged with statutory rape (varying from state to state.)

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  cradle6  |  13

1) The phrase statutory rape is a term used in some legal jurisdictions to describe sexual relations that occur when one participant is below the age required to legally consent to the behavior. ... en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Statutory_rape 2) A legal term describing sexual intercourse between an adult and a minor . The adult can be found guilty of statutory rape in courts of law even if the minor was a willing partner. See the entire definition of Statutory rape www.emedicinehealth.com/sexual_assault/glossary_em.htm

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  mikeymike96  |  7

he can be charged with statutory rape depending on how the girlfriend would testify, or the father, since she's pregnant the trial would be in favor of sending the boyfriend to jail.

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  BrotherThomas  |  0

people should understand that statutory rape laws are different with every state. Where I'm from, a 15 year old can have legal sex with a 12 year old, a 17 year old can legally have sex with a 15 year old, and anyone 16 and over can legally have sex with a 16 year old. its pointless to argue about a law that no one knows the specifics on

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  JennaMason  |  6

15 isn't necessarily young. all my friends are having sex and they're 14-16. it's not bad as long as you love and trust the person. but op deserves it for not using enough protection.

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  blanquito  |  1

42 - you are 100% wrong. Even though they are underage the boy will not be listed as a sex offender most places in the United States, and the boy will get the SAME punishment as the girl. They are both underage, they both broke the law.

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  JennaMason  |  6

having sex doesn't make you a whore. doesn't matter how old you are as long as you love the person. you're judgmental.

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  Voqab  |  3

I hate stupid people please look it up statutory rape is the act of an adult participating in sexual activities with a minor whether he gets jailed or not for sex without consent unless he's 18 or older it won't be for statutory rape period

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  yoshilove1  |  0

statutory rape pertains to both female and male involved in the sexual activity and even if both of them consent the parents can still sue . if both are under the age of consent it is rape but if one of them is over the age of consent it is statutory rape but again the parents can sue even with consent in either case

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  Kri5ti  |  0

i hope you realise it's a statuary rape only when the guy is over 18 which I seriously doubt about, given that his gf's dad is an ex-military so he wouldn't allow her precious daughter to date a guy 4 (or more) years older than her. So I don't think it's a lawsuit he needs to think about rather then a real-life "16 and pregnant". Stupid mistake tough, if you want to have sex at such a young age you should AT LEAST be extra careful. FYL

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  PiXiEdUsT07  |  7

There is no such thing as "love" at that age, only infatuation mistaken as it. If you're friends don't understand that, then they really are too young. It is their choice as to what to do with their bodies, but they should realize that sex is not nearly as meaningful to guys as it is to girls and viceversa. In other words, in a girl's mind they'd be making love, but in a guy's mind they'd be getting laid. There are exceptions of course, but more often than not this is the case.

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  ragzilla  |  0

102: That's not entirely true. In the 15th century, girls were married aeay when they were 13 and they would have sex very early because they died really early. Times have changed since then obviously, but teens are experimenting from an earlier age than before. These things do happen. But I still thinks that you should be more careful.

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  Yousuck24  |  21

For everyone saying that he should of use a condom. Maybe he did use a condom, but it might of broke. Also, birth control isn't a sure way to not have a baby. It may reduce your chance by 80-90%, but it doesn't always work. Basically, the only ways to not have a baby while having sex is anal.

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  luna4545  |  4

538- I'm not sure about everywhere but I know military or police officer automatically gives you a concealed weapons permit...alsoI know it is legal to have a gun in your house or car (must stay in one of those places thought) without a concealed weapons permit in quite a few states. Pretty much the permit just allows you to take your gun out on public..However, I know that you don't need a permit in West Virginia.

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Whose to say he doesn't claim statuary rape? If they are both 15, neither can make their own decisions. She could claim it and so could he. Point of it all is that they are both dumb and should have used protection.

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  Pawned71  |  0

LMFAO, listen boyo, I know your pain, I haven't been there but I can imagine how that may feel like. You are in ninth grade, so am I, they teach how to use condoms so do it ok? If you are a sophomore who is with a freshman, then you're just a dumbass and there is NO hope for you. key word in this article: CONDOMS... TROJAN WAR... FIRE AND ICE... ring a bell?

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  snegec  |  4

Uhm.. Okay, first obvious response: Don't you kids use protection when having sex? Just because you're young and stupid doesn't mean you cumming inside her won't cause the ussual effects it does with other people (pregnancy). Answer to condom breaking: I've had, in my entire life (I'm 32) not even one condom break. But that's maybe because I buy proper quality condoms. Which are also much better than the cheapest shit you get at gas stations. (Not to mention the fact that half my girlfriends have been allergic to latex)

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just going to put this out there because the generations have really changed and it relly doesn't surprise me that they've had sex. I'm fourteen and at least half of my friends have had sex. I know it ain't right but try and give them a little break. he's going to be going through a hard enough time dealing with his family and his girlfriends family. I'll probably get thumbed down but I just wanted to share..

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  justynicole  |  0

we all make mistakes I lost my virginity at 15... it happens oh well. make the best of it! on a side note... damn she's just a year too young to have her own show!! ;)

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Just to let you know, yes we kids do use protection. Things do happen, I've already had two condoms break, and I was using Trojan brand condoms, which are supposed to be good. So you just never know, don't jump to conclusions because he may have been using protection.

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  ImanAzol  |  4

Minors can, and have, been charged with sexual assault. Don't go around thinking that means dick in court. There's even a couple of 15 year olds both registered as sex offenders for having sex with each other--In their state, by law, having sex with a 15 year old is sexual assault, even if it's another 15 year old.

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  ImanAzol  |  4

I hope you realize you better consult with a lawyer before making stupid comments. It varies by state, and in some states, having sex with a 15 year old is defined as either gross sexual imposition or rape. It doesn't say, "if you're over 18." Teens HAVE been jailed because they thought they knew what you think you know.

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  iBhope  |  7

If your 15 as well as your girlfriend OP, I think you two shouldn't really be having sex. I mean you two should really wait until you two are really committed. Call me crazy but if that kid is yours, OP I wish you well in your future.

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  aruges93  |  12

I totally agree condoms should have been used it bugs me when people are like o heck no I don't want to have kids right now but they don't even try to use protection if you don't want kids you better wrap it before you tap it or take birth control and if you really don't want kids use both for extra protection even though you can still get pregnant there's a less chance

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A few of my friends had sex at 13. 15 might seem too young for adults, but not for kids lol. And ydi for getting her pregnant. Even at 13 we weren't dumb enough to get the girls pregnant. Of course, we knew they'd be out of action for awhile if pregnant.

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  chaoticnh  |  0

he was probably thinking "oh he wants to have sex." lol is teens having sex still frowned upon?

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  EatUp  |  0

I'm 16 and I first had sex with my girlfriend when we were 15. Teens also have sexual needs and just as adults it's hard for us to resist the temptation. Teens just need to be smart enough to use birth control every time.

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  tweetbaby14  |  17

pulling out is not in the least bit effective.... the most simple method is to abstain from any sex, but that's more easily said than done when it comes to most people.

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  goshpeople  |  4

#177, people don't have sexual NEEDS, they have sexual desires. You can't use the "needs" thing as justification for having sex. You have sex because you want to. It's not because you need to.

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  meliesFML  |  0

#177 NEEDS?! no , it's wants. you shouldn't be having sex at such a young age when you don't know what you're doing or risking. at 16 you lack responsibility. that's why so many girls get pregnant and left because most guys don't wanna deal with it. it's a horrible experience raising a child before you have lived your life. that's why having sex so young is stupid. at least wait a year with a person you really love for sex, because that would have meaning.

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  k8izgr8_fml  |  0

138 and 177 you both look like complete jackasses. it's not cool to have sex at 15. it just makes you look like an idiot. ugh. I see these girls walking around dressed like little whores. I'm 20 and some of the things these little 13 yr olds wear are too revealing for ME! our country is fucked

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  FarSide  |  22

Perfect response. The fact that Junior thinks he has "needs" (versus "wants") is clear and irrefutable evidence that he does not have sufficient mental capacity to make an informed decision to have sex (except perhaps with his hand). Until you can pay to raise a child every day until they are 18 years old, you better cock-block yourself boy. And I do mean BOY.

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  armyycadet7  |  7

All the little girls and boys see sex on tv and want to experience it. But they should wait a few years. 15 is way too young. At least wait until you are 17 people... it's not that hard. Plus you should always use protection if you aren't looking to have a child! So YDI kid...

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  EatUp  |  0

242 Me and my girlfriend did wait for a year before having sex. I knew the risks and made sure I took precautions. Even after having sex I spent days contemplating over what I would do if my gf did become pregnant. I myself have always wanted to be a father and although I know I'm not ready, if I did have a child I am ready to do whatever I can to raise it correctly. But both of us have been raised in extremely conservative families so we decided to hold off on having sex until we were sure we would be able to handle everything that is associated with having a child. Although we have had sex a couple times since then because of our sexual DESIRES if you must bitch about it, we've been doing pretty well.

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  EatUp  |  0

I'm just saying. Not every teen who has sex is a fuckin whore. Sex is a way to connect on a different level and in my opinion, it does make a relationship stronger if both parties know what precautions they have to take and they know what they will have to do in the event of pregnancy. I STRONGLY believe that teens should not have sex unless they are serious about their relationships.

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  lovinit5683  |  0

I agree with #237. Having sex that young is pathetic. When my mom was in school there was only like 2 or 3 pregnant girls in a graduating class of 500+. There is about 15 girls their Freshman year getting pregnant at my school, and it doesn't even have 100

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415 - my school actually has an entire seperate school dedicated to pregnant highschoolers ?! i mean c'mon now. kids just need to slow down and be KIDS before they rush into all of that. i dont think they realize that they have their whole life ahead of them and that having sex with 10 or 15 guys/girls by the time you're 15 or 16 is going to make you feel like shit about yourself in the future.

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  hiyourcute  |  0

Seriously! There is actually a day care at my school for the children of students, and there are 7th graders (read: 12 year olds) having sex at parties, drinking, smoking, etc. And they think they're mature. Honestly, I'm ashamed to be a part of my generation.

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  Anupants  |  0

They are pretty much amazing.

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  CryMoreFMLs  |  14

Simplest birth control method: FUCKING PULL OUT. HERP DERP.

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  Googoo27  |  12

182, even if you pull out it will not always work. the best birth control method is no sex at all. second best is a latex condom (that is not expired)

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  FarSide  |  22

If you can't pay to raise a child until they are 18, you don't "need" to have sex. Of course, you could go on welfare, use the free clinics, and become a SLAVE to your Government for all your needs.

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  daybowbow  |  0

THIS makes sense to me, not just saying 15 in general is too young. If a couple is 15 and mature enough to get themselves condoms, get on birth control, AND use both properly, keep on bangin', bros. And tell your friends about common sense, while you're at it.

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  Virginia6810  |  6

I know people who use everything possible to prevent pregnancy and they still got pregnant. all birth control is 99.9% preventable. 100% if you don't have sex! if you're too young to get a job and support yourself then don't risk having a baby. I'm sick of kids, who are still under their parents care getting a roof and financial help from their parents, getting pregnant.

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  Virginia6810  |  6

though, I do have to say sometimes it's the parents' fault for not having the talk and really explaining how parenthood is hard. but talks can only go so far. you have to cross your fingers that your kids listened.

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  FarSide  |  22

@316: So YOUR solution is that as long as you plan properly, have at it. But there is 1 FUNDAMENTAL flaw with your logic dipshit. If you intentionally OR ignorantly violate the State Statutes governing Age of Consent/Statutory Rape, it does not make a damn bit of difference about "how" protected you are. It does NOT matter if you have a notarized Statement of Consent from her. It does not matter if you are wearing bullet proof, bomb proof gear, while inside a suit of armor, having been hermetically sealed inside a Mason jar sitting on Funk & Wagnell's porch since noon on Tuesday. You GET IT? Now THIS is COMMON SENSE. But in YOUR case, it apparently is most UNCOMMON. And it is the reason that the above such laws are in ALL 50 States.

By  iamyourmum  |  1

You ought to be shot

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  IndigoFuckYou  |  9

"So, Mr. H, there's something I need to-" "Don't forget to clean out the barrel of the gun, son." "Right, but Mr. H..." "Here, lemme load it up, now...good as new." "Mr. H, it's really kindof important, you see I-" "what is it?! spit it out, boy!" "Igotyourdaughterpregnant!" BOOM. The end.

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