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Teenagers have sex on the brain its an inevitable fact However what teenagers generally have a problem grasping is that along with sex comes a certain amount of responsibility With the amount of information there is there is no excuse for the lack of knowledge teens possess when it comes to risky behavior This is mainly in part because by the time a child reaches the age of 15 they are tired of listening to an adult tell them about what they are feeling and how they should be acting By sitting in a normal classroom setting a child does not fully learn the consequences of having sex at an early age In todays world by the time most teenagers are getting to health class many of them have already partaken in some form of sexual behavior Also with the average age of teenagers losing their virginity declining the age and ways they are presented with sex education material needs to conform to suit the teenagers of todays society The only way to ensure that teens are going to be more responsible when they engage in relationships is to remodel how sex education is being presented to Americas kids It may seem like were corrupting Americas youth when in fact were trying to save it with informationInformation is the key contributor to how we can prevent todays youths from engaging in potentially dangerous behavior The primary motive is to not only slow down risky behavior but to try to prevent it all together This process begins at home Numerous studies show that if a child andor teen feels comfortable discussing matters of sex with their parents then they are less likely to engage in sexual activity More importantly when children see that it is okay for them to talk about sex in the home they are more inclined to ask questions and talk openly with their parents Also children tend to pick up on their
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