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In this day in age the age for sexual active teens keeps getting younger even so that some arent even teenagers they are children Teen promiscuity opens the doors for many problems not only present but future problems Solving this problem that just isnt in the United States but in other countries as well is going to have to be a change in mindset with not just the childrenteenagers but with the parents Of course this problem will never be completely solved but the least we could do is try Try to help our children remain children and prevent growing up too fast It seems that most of the influence of sex in teenagers is the television shows or movies that are available to them Teenagers said in a survey that some or most of what they know of sex comes from the television shows they watch The more sexually themed shows teenagers watch have shown in a survey that these teenagers are more likely to initiate sex or progress towards other sexual activities the following the year Also that girls that have watched rap videos for more that 14 hours are more likely to have multiple sex partners and contract a sexually transmitted disease Along with boys that have seen rape on television or movies are less likely to be more sympathetic to female victims of sexual violence These are problems that come hand in hand with letting childrenteenagers watch explicit showsmovies and lasting effects on these innocent children will eventually come However just watching these shows are just the beginning to a promiscuous lifestyle I honesty think that most parents dont teach their children what needs to be taught because they are lazy and its too much work or they want to be the cool parent I have heard some parents say to their teenager in regards to sex Well you are going to do what you want anyway just use protection
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