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  FlowerMama  |  20

#24 - His "thing"? What are you, six years old?! It's called a "penis"; you'd think you'd at least be comfortable saying THAT, considering you have one yourself. Grow up.

  MDTeddy  |  13

Let me know where that is on the internet. *facepalm* Just the thought of using a glove as a condom is freaken retarded so nobody would have this online without being a troll to someone.

  MacMonster  |  10

I live in Illinois and i received no sex education, so not sure what you're trying to say..That's just lack of common sense by OP's daughter and her boyfriend.

  Sputnikspak  |  13

Things like this make me happy I live in Canada. We got basic sex ed in third grade (basically explaining the mechanics and anatomy, and how you can get pregnant), another class in sixth grade (puberty and safe sex), and again in ninth grade biology, which went really in depth about STDs, getting pregnant, how to put on a condom - even abortion.

Being educated is the first step.

  Xquisite1  |  28

I don't think this is a matter of lack of sex education. I just think it was two horny teens who wanted to fuck but didn't have a condom, so they IMPROVISED. That's all.

  gloooooria  |  14

You would encourage sexual behavior of two teenage kids who think its a smart idea to use a latex glove as a source of protective against unwanted pregnancy and STD's? By buying them condoms??? I would have to completely disagree.
OP should look into having a discussion with their kid.

  chlorinegreen  |  27

I would rather they be safe then pregnant. If they want to have sex they will find a way. At least they're "trying" to be safe. I think buying condoms may be a good idea and also talking to them about safety and consequences. I'm sorry op you had to find out like that though.

  doodlecloud  |  26

Well, she's 16. I'd rather they waited longer but that's the legal age over here and many people lose it earlier...I also don't think it's possibile to get them to change their minds at this point. So yes, educate but maybe also condoms. I'm more surprised that they couldn't find any though. At that age, free condoms are offered at every teen sex thing, at the clinic (even if you're not asking for them) and friends always have spares. They're pretty damn hard to avoid.

  blink_kid  |  32

Also, I've heard of so many guys who just point blank refuse to use a condom and the girl goes with it because she "loves" him. They're trying, help them out a little.

  EvilUndead  |  9

48, where I live age of consent is 16. In some countries it can be as low as 14 or even 12(though 12 is rare). So, giving them condoms would make sense - that's cheaper than dealing with unexpected grandchildren, anyway.


You mean Depo? That stuff is nasty, I wouldn't recommend it to anyone. Besides the regular hormonal side effects it gives you, it also decreases your bone mass and can lead to osteoporosis if it's used for too long.