By Anonymous - 23/03/2013 00:34 - United States
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Wow. Report her. Not only is she teaching incorrect information, but she's calling a student a slut. Get her a$$ fired!
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.
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 probably would have done the same thing just to rustle your jimmies ;) but I do agree, condoms work 50% of the time no matter how thick and how "strong" it is. My mom used a condom and I was born. My best friend uses a condom, she's now pregnant. My aunt used a condom.. She has my cousin. I could write a long list but my point is, your teacher had a valid point
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.
Only two people in my family have gotten pregnant using a condom. Don't put this on my family, my aunt is very strict about safe sex and my mom buys a new box every week. I know, tmi , but I know a lot of people who aren't related to me who used a condom and still got pregnant. I have to use the pull-out method due to the fact that every time my boyfriend and I spice things up, the condom breaks. We tried getting a condom that's one size larger than him to see if that prevented it from breaking, and we've experimented with different brands. I'm not ready for a child right now and we try to be safe, but the condom breaks half of the time and we have come to the point where we're tired of wasting money on a piece of rubber that not only feels like shit, but breaks every time we try to enjoy our time alone. I'd say the pull-out method has prevented me from getting pregnant for the past 3 years and I have had more pregnancy scares thanks to condoms breaking. And they are not out of date. I don't even have condoms on me, I have always bought a new box when we use them. And I know I'm not using them incorrectly. I have had other sex partners and we have always had the same issue.
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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I'm allergic to birth control so that's out of the question. Again, we have tried using different brands and sized but we have had more pregnancy scared while using a condom due to it breaking and leaking. I'm 100% that the guys who I slept with have pulled out, I've never run into a sneaky douche like that and I've only slept with guys who I trusted. I have been using the pull-out method for 3 years now, never got pregnant and never got a scare. I'm speaking from experience. If you really think the pullout method is so dangerous and risky, please tell me how I'm still not pregnant? I have sex more than twice every day and have been dating my current boyfriend for over 9 months , no issue.
@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.
#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.
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.
So what did she suggest? Wear three condoms coated in spermicide?
How unprofessional. I truly feel sorry for you, OP. Hopefully your teacher doesn't use that language with you on a regular basis.