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    Quote Originally Posted by VicPark View Post
    No silly! Perhaps the shot in the arm (depro). Trusting young kids with condoms or the pill which they have to remember to take every day is asking for trouble..

    So she possible wont get pregnant with depo ( im assuming you know its not 100 percent effective as i was under the impression you was a reasonable educated women, more so than my self and i even know that ) but she can have sex with out using condoms and maybe get a sexually transmitted disease. YIKES you have really thought this out well havent you good job you have boys hey.

    And with the boys you are aware they can get a girl pregnant how are you going to go with helping him prevent that ? or is foot ball and cricket going to do that job for you

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    Oh wow smug much really wow i wonder how many parents have thought and even said that and then found out how young they are going to be grand parents.

    What makes you so 100 percent certain your daughter will tell you a few weeks prior to having sex for the first time, not all kids do regardless of how fabulous there mum is and regardless of how many sports they play. Maybe not at 14 not all are having sex then but 15, 16, 17 it happens way more than you think and if you think that its only un supervised kids that dont play sport then you are sadly mistaken.

    Oh and this fool proof contraception you will put your daughter on please tell me what that is cause short of getting her a hysterectomy or her never having sex nothing is 100 percent effective as far as I am aware.
    Of course I may not know when my kid first has sex and of course they may be in the 1% whose contraception genuinely fails.

    What Im trying to get at is I will do my best to raise my kids right. Spend time with them. Not let them go off to parties at 14. Raise them to have self respect. Encourage them to play sports. Encourage them to pay attention to detail.

    Basically Do all I can to **reduce the likelihood** my child will be one of those 14 year olds that sleep around before they are ready. Or one of those increasing number of girls/women that fail to take proper care with contraception and then claim they were in the small statistical minority for whom the contraception didn't work (eg forget to take pill, not use other forms for the first few weeks/when on antibiotics etc).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nowhere View Post
    So she possible wont get pregnant with depo ( im assuming you know its not 100 percent effective as i was under the impression you was a reasonable educated women, more so than my self and i even know that ) but she can have sex with out using condoms and maybe get a sexually transmitted disease. YIKES you have really thought this out well havent you good job you have boys hey.

    And with the boys you are aware they can get a girl pregnant how are you going to go with helping him prevent that ? or is foot ball and cricket going to do that job for you
    You are jumping to conclusions.

    I never said condoms were out of the equation or that a male child wouldn't receive the same level of sex Ed .

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    Quote Originally Posted by VicPark View Post
    Of course I may not know when my kid first has sex and of course they may be in the 1% whose contraception genuinely fails.

    What Im trying to get at is I will do my best to raise my kids right. Spend time with them. Not let them go off to parties at 14. Raise them to have self respect. Encourage them to play sports. Encourage them to pay attention to detail.

    Basically Do all I can to **reduce the likelihood** my child will be one of those 14 year olds that sleep around before they are ready. Or one of those increasing number of girls/women that fail to take proper care with contraception and then claim they were in the small statistical minority for whom the contraception didn't work (eg forget to take pill, not use other forms for the first few weeks/when on antibiotics etc).

    Right i see so like the rest of us you are going to do your best to try and avoid the likely hood that you child wont have an unwanted pregnancy either them selfs or ther partner, but if they do you will support them 100 percent like any loving mother would.

    WOW i thought you was saying you was actually so nieve and well possible stupid that you would actually think putting them in sport and talking to them was 100 percent effective in stopping them having sex and that you thought depo was 100 percent effective also, WOW im glad we cleared that up you had me seriously worried

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    Quote Originally Posted by VicPark View Post
    Of course I may not know when my kid first has sex and of course they may be in the 1% whose contraception genuinely fails.

    What Im trying to get at is I will do my best to raise my kids right. Spend time with them. Not let them go off to parties at 14. Raise them to have self respect. Encourage them to play sports. Encourage them to pay attention to detail.

    Basically Do all I can to **reduce the likelihood** my child will be one of those 14 year olds that sleep around before they are ready. Or one of those increasing number of girls/women that fail to take proper care with contraception and then claim they were in the small statistical minority for whom the contraception didn't work (eg forget to take pill, not use other forms for the first few weeks/when on antibiotics etc).
    I was *almost* 20 when i lost my virginity, my sister was 16 and my other sister was 18.
    This was despite having free range access to condoms & being raised to be allowed to go places and know that no matter what we could always call mum and she would come.

    You put the depo in her arm, woo hoo she is going to not get pregnant BUT she will be having sex with a boy who may or may not remain faithful to her, may or may not already have an sti.

    I would rather my son or *hypothetical * daughter come home & tell me they are in that 1% / whatever who have a baby on the way then think they are 'safe' and end up infertile from clamidia.

    As a teen one of my friends was more concerned about falling pregnant than catching an std and would not use condoms

    And fwiw my sisters & i were music / drama nerds ... i don't see what SPORT has to do with teen sex??
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    I'm starting a separate thread on contraception as to not derail this thread.

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    Deleted, I'll ask in your other thread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VicPark View Post
    Of course I may not know when my kid first has sex and of course they may be in the 1% whose contraception genuinely fails.

    What Im trying to get at is I will do my best to raise my kids right. Spend time with them. Not let them go off to parties at 14. Raise them to have self respect. Encourage them to play sports. Encourage them to pay attention to detail.

    Basically Do all I can to **reduce the likelihood** my child will be one of those 14 year olds that sleep around before they are ready. Or one of those increasing number of girls/women that fail to take proper care with contraception and then claim they were in the small statistical minority for whom the contraception didn't work (eg forget to take pill, not use other forms for the first few weeks/when on antibiotics etc).
    Are you aware that most choldren who are having sex at 13/14/15 are having it at school? Sporting events? places where they are being 'supervised' point is its naive to assume your parenting alone would stop your child doing what so many others are.

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    Vic park. I was taught that sex was not taboo. That it's fine for a woman to have sex, and with multiple partners even. but to ensure it's always on my terms. That I need to respect myself and have others respect me.
    I fussy has sex at 16. by the time I married in my mid 20's I had only had 4 partners.

    My good friend was taught that sex was distracting. Better to focus on grades and sports. Don't date cause boys are bad. Don't have sex young. Don't masturbate. Sex is used as tool of manipulation etc etc.
    She didn't have sex as a teenager. But when she finally did find her sexual freedom she made up for lost time.

    Her number is now forgotten (a it should be), and her experiences are certainly more varied than anything I've tried and I'm by no means a prude.

    So just be aware of how you approach things. Don't assume distractions are going to be beneficial in the long run if it's not teamed with honest real life communication

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    I lost my virginity at 16 to my boyfriend of almost a year, I was with him for 5 years a together, I played sport my mum did a great job raising me, I didn't go out drinking at parties, even my after formal party. I am now 28, have had 3 sexual partners and all of them I have had long term relationships with.
    I fell pregnant at 17. But was I a teenage ***** that slept around? These things happen. I own up to it everyday. Once I dealt with it emotionally, my pregnancy was never hidden.
    Are you going to tell me my mum didn't raise me right?


 

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