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  tpreston  |  0

γογ 59 ρηατ ψας λπεατ

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  tjv3  |  9

umm YDI for allowing that to happen.

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  TheTweaker  |  0

This would be hot if your daughter was not most likely fat. I mean she must be pretty fat if she thinks she's pregnant.

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  counterfit  |  10

too bad se people don't realize that 50 different states have 50 different ways of teaching sex ed, all of which should be making it perfectly clear that pregnancy requires (at least) two people.

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  BeachBoi_Alex  |  7

Are you serious?? Omg, I thought that was only Sarah Palin's ambition. F**k I hate that whore. That sucks, they're trying to brainwash the younguns! When will the US and Australia have policies that are in the interests of the people of the country, and not the old dickheads who run it :/

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  geeksaresexy  |  18

It's one thing to teach abstinence but this girl clearly hasn't been taught the basic facts! Also I love how a lot of people blame the schools and not the parents! I got most of my info from my mum, she even bought me my first box of condoms and took me to the drs for birth control!

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  instnt1nfction  |  16

you think Canada hands out condoms? just look at your mom and say that again.

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  vampire1618  |  5

In my high school in New Jersey, they actually don't focus on the abstinence part of it, they tell us that it's the best way not to get pregnant obviously. But, they actually focus on where to get free condoms or cheap birth control (planned parenthood person comes in and what not).

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Ontario is very sex Ed conscious. Planned Parenthood is not only helpful but very cheap compared to going to a doctor. The classes were all very informative and not only were multiple forms of birth control explained but also many ways to prevent being pressured into sex. From what I see, Canada has a very good sex education, I don't know where people are getting this Canada preaches abstinence bullshit.

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34: Key words: "should be". Even in states without abstinence-only programs, parents can find ways to keep their kids from taking sex ed. It's incredibly stupid IMO, but it happens.

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  rldostie  |  19

In my state abstinence was hardly addressed in sex ed. I was the odd one out considering that my mother had stressed abstinence (religious reasons), and I was abstinent at the time. A teenager will only really be abstinent if it's teachings that have been instilled from youth from home. No one class a week is ever going to make a teenager chose abstinence because let's be honest, abstaining sucks. Real sex ed should be taught in schools, and abstinence at home.

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  lowshadows  |  18

ha ha ha! abstinence is a poor excuse just like religion. They just can't get laid that's all ha ha!

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  rebekahah  |  7

12- actually, they never even talk about abstinence in most states. they go into all the positions + talk about oral and how to properly put a condom on. then they hand out condoms.

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  Monii_Harlz  |  11

well in Australia you get sex Ed for 2 years n then that's it lol - they gave my sister a pack of glow in the dark condoms and she is only 12 and you don't get prego from masterbation cause your fingers do not produce sperm :P lmao! or any other object that she decides to use

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  iBeast7  |  1

forget abstinence. it's stupid. of course im gonna have sex before marriage. how will you know if u want to marry the person if you haven't had sex with them? what if after u marry them you discover they are terrible in bed?

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  Link5794  |  16

America and Canada are both very large countries divided into smaller groups of cities. It's highly unlikely that the school curriculums are consistent throughout the whole country in both cases.

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Ok if you stay abstinent until marriage you won't even know what sex feels like. Therefore you have no idea what good or bad sex is. Besides you shouldn't base what kind if husband you have off of how good they are in bed.

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  DanielleinDC  |  28

But not all parents are willing to teach their kids the facts of life. A lot of parents seem to think that if you don't tell kids about it, they won't do it when the opposite is true.

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  Bano360  |  25

You are a moron, sex ed is supposed to be taught in school.

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It's both the parents AND the teachers who are supposed to teach kids about sex. Don't put the blame for your lax parenting onto the public school system. They're overworked as it is.

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  Elwin93  |  9

How can 4 be a moron for that reason? You can't rely on school to raise your children for you and give them common sense. That IS the job of a parent. I feel sorry for your (future) children, 15...

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  billywhhaatt  |  5

supposed to be? I guess the government is SUPPOSED to buy you a computer as well? and employers are SUPPOSED to let you do whatever you want as well.

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  cmyk  |  19

this is why im so glad for the awkward talk with my parents when i was like 10.. And that we were lucky to get a very good sex ed teacher at the school! ydi op. you should have had the talk already!

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  Bano360  |  25

I was given the talk by my parents. But I already knew what they told me, because of school. You people are retarded. You're going to judge my future parenting by this? I'm fairly sure that the talk is awkward when given by your parents? So you should all take the stick out of your ass.

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  Drigr  |  8

we should take the stick out of our ass because your parents waited till after school taught you? I'm a guy and got the sex talk from my mom and it wasn't awkward. she's also the first person to have bought me condoms. don't blame the school for not being a parent in your place.

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  aeshleyrose  |  6

you have over 100 people who have thought your comments are bullshit... maybe you should quit while you're behind. if you think sex ed is better taught by strangers than by parents, I'm gonna have to agree that you might be a ritard.

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  loveorhate90  |  0

15, and anyone else who thinks strangers (who don't have the childrens' best interests in mind) should teach children sex ed first, do society a favor and DON'T REPRODUCE.

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  Randuhh_17  |  4

sex Ed should be taught by the parents! the sex Ed class I got was nothing I want my future kids to have, they basically handed out free condoms, and shooed us out the door... I'd rather my child know about everything, and not just be told..."wrap it up"...when there is sooo much more that goes with that..

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if that were true then even I'd have like 5 kids, and I'm 14!!

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  cocobulla1  |  4

exactly! u shouldn't expect them to find out in their own, or hear it from some one who tells them wrong! don't complain! YDI for waiting to long to tell her! 

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  cass85  |  8

I don't know about you, but when my mother taught me about sex and birth control, she didn't have to mention that wanking doesn't get you pregnant because I wasn't an idiot. I mean, I've never heard a sex education talk where they ever had to put that in. Have you? This isn't a bad mother at all for Christ's sake. This is a daughter that has got the wrong end of the stick about something and created, what I think, is a rather funny FML. Why rip apart her entire parenting based on an idiotic comment her daughter made? Man, sticks up arses or what.

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Where exactly did I call OP a bad mother? Even amazing moms make mistakes. Her daughter's comment shows that she doesn't understand even the basics of sex and reproduction, so I doubt she's ever had "the talk". That's a big problem, with a huge potential for disaster. Unfortunately many well-meaning parents assume their kids will get adequate sex ed in school or just "pick it up" elsewhere. But there's a lot of misinformation out there, and if parents don't cover the basics at an early age-- if the extent of parental sex ed is "Wait till you're married" or "Just be safe"-- the kids can't be blamed for what they don't know. And they certainly shouldn't have their ignorance and genuine distress paraded on the Internet, to be mocked and shamed for it.

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  Catherine666  |  0

idk about u but I'm happy I haven't had the talk with my parents. it's too creepy..... and I'm good with what I learned at school and everything else I just know....

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  startrekker  |  3

They should read the book "I was a better parent before I had kids", it's amazing how much advice childless people give about raising kids. And yes, I know there are some dumb ass parents out there but there is no such thing as a perfect parent either.

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190: FFS, can you not read? I specifically stated that I was *not* calling this OP a bad parent or a bad person. There's a big difference between "I think what you're doing is stupid and/or shitty" and "You're a total dumbass who shouldn't be allowed to breed." And by the way, you don't have to pop out a couple of kids to figure out that teenagers should get some decent sex ed. I've got a crap back. Does that mean no one can tell me not to go bungee jumping, unless they too have a bad back? No! It's common-freakin'-sense.

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