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Abstinence is especially difficult in a society that seems to promote premarital sex, as long as it is “safe” sex. The support that used to come from authority figures like parents and a school officials is collapsing, because of distribution programs. There are still teenagers out there who wish not to have sex prematurely, and parents as well as authority figures need not to forget that. It is a given that teenagers need to be informed about safe sex as well as the risk of sexually transmitted diseases. After all there are countless teenagers out there who have already made the decision to become active sexually.
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CFOC’s National Survey of Family Growth stated that teens are having less sex. CFOC also stated that more teenagers surveyed that their closest friends were involved in some sort of sex education class, and they were not sexually active. Abstaining... ... middle of paper ... ...ontrol are used to prevent pregnancy in teens and also in adults who do not wish to have a children. Studies show that those methods are becoming more and more effective, because the teenage pregnancy rate has dropped by 11%. Birth control is important to teenagers, and they should be used if a teen is to become sexually active.
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