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By Anonymous - / Saturday 23 March 2013 00:34 / United States
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Sue happy idiots are hilarious. Also by the amount of times I've heard "we used a condom We dunno what happened." Condoms seem to have a 10% success rate. Side note if the teachers know you're a slut I'm pretty sure everyone else thought you were a slut long before that class.

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I'm thinking Op got lucky not having this teacher for Driver's Ed with her logic. Teacher: "Remember kids, the only way to not die in a car accident is to Never drive your car." Op: "Well, you could drive responsibily and wear your seat belt." Teacher : "You're absolutely right, you could, but we're not all crazy, motorhead bitches like you, Kara." :p She does sound a little narrow minded. :P

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I think that a good prerequisite for becoming a "Sex Ed" teacher should be that you have actually been sexually active at in least some point in your life. Would you want to take guitar lessons from someone who has never held a guitar?

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I'm all about teaching high school students that abstinence is the best contraception, and even I think this crazy bitch should be fired and never be allowed to teach again.

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^"50% effective AT MOST" she said, not if it's used incorrectly. What you're telling us does sound like a farfetched coincidence, but I'd have to guess your family probably isn't using condoms correctly.

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113, there's a difference between abstinence (not having sex before marriage) and celibacy (not having sex at all). For all we know, the teacher's married and therefore sexually active. Besides, whether a school teaches about contraception or not is usually decided by the school administration, the the individual teacher.

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166 - if you're not ready to get pregnant I REALLY hope you're doing more than just using the pull out method. It's about 70-75% effective, it's amazing you haven't gotten pregnant yet. Please use another type of birth control as well!

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You're 18 so of course you'd be naive about it but how do you really know if the guys are pulling out? A lot of guys don't pullout because they know that the girls won't know the difference if they pullout right after they cum

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128: You agree that condoms work 50% of the time? Statistics are based in evidence, repeated trials. They are not opinions. Your anecdotes don't make a dent in statistical averages. I know a couple who got pregnant while on the pill and using condoms, but I still advocate using birth control. Do yourself a favor and get on the pill (or another method) if you aren't ready for a baby but won't use condoms. Blaming condoms won't get you anywhere; there are plenty of other contraceptives out there.

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173 - You must have had the same Sex Ed teacher as the OP, there are condoms designed for the female to wear as well. Although, I don't think that she was talking about those, but rather the more common condoms designed for men.

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They have female condoms to. Imagine two O- rings stretched out, with platic covering the sides and one side completely closed off, or google "female condom"

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@119 Unfortunately, teens often have sex if you want them to or not. That's why you need to teach them how to be safe as best as possible. Nothing wrong with encouraging abstinence though, don't mean they'll listen. Personally, I don't teens should be having sex because most teens aren't responsible enough to have sex, they aren't always safe about it either even when you teach them everything you can.

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Either your family isn't using condoms correctly, or they're covering up being stupid and not using a condom by sayin they used one when they turn up pregnant. "But I can't be pregnant! I used a condom!"

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#192, the teacher is misleading students in matters of health, and spreading reputation ruining lies about a student who actually gives a damn about accuracy. The teacher isn't paid to manipulate but to inform. If someone is not doing their job, that's is a pretty obviously good reason to fire them.

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193-pull out method forgets that there is pre-cum which can still get you pregnant. condoms too big or too small will leak and break is it possible that they are breaking because the size is wrong?? Maybe try an IUD of you can't take the pill just to be on the safe side.

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I'm not saying that it's true, but if a peer said that to her, it wouldn't be as terrible as someone older calling her one. If a peer called her a slut, however, it would still be completely out of line.

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