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    Unprotected Sex

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    Not So Worth It Unprotected sex seems like the norm for many college, and even high school students across the nation. Although many of these students are protecting themselves by using contraceptives such as condoms and birth control pills, on the other hand, many are not. Instead of worrying about protecting themselves, some students are more focused on having fun and feeling good for a few minutes, versus having to deal with a lifetime of negative effects once its all over. They are more concerned

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    What Is Unprotected Sex

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    No UnProtected Sex!!! Are you or do you know someone having Teenage Unprotected sex? Teenage pregnancy is pregnancy in females under the age of 20. A female can become pregnant from sexual intercourse after she has begun to ovulate which can be before her first menstrual period, but usually occurs after the onset of her periods. Three out of teenage girls in the united states gets pregnant almost 50% of teens have never considered how a pregnancy would affect their lives parenthood is the

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    significant others. It is a big decision that comes with precautions and responsibility. Unprotected sex can have many consequences such as sexually transmitted diseases and pregnancy. Unprotected sex is having sexual intercourse without contraceptives such as condoms and birth controls. Each year, approximately 750,000 teen girls get pregnant with approximately 400,000 births from teens. Pregnancy is caused by unprotected sex. When getting pregnant at a young age, there is a lot of responsibility that comes

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    Unprotected Sex

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    The issue I chose for the government to protect from sexually transmitted disease such as herpes. Many people understand that sleeping unprotected sex can cause serious health issues depending on what type of disease is contracted. Individuals that have sex do know the risk of having sex unprotected, but just like any other disease you wouldn’t think it is so easily to be contracted by the disease, and often feel the person would know there symptoms and you trust the person you are with. Although

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    curb this behavior over the years have seemed to go un-notice. Since it seems to be no decline in statistics. This leaves one to ask these questions. Why and what causes teens to disregard what they have been taught? Why do teenagers engage in unprotected sex? There are many contributing factors but

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    everything was able to be included about these issues. It shows the experiences that could happen to an average teenager if they have unprotected sex. Showing it’s not exactly the best thing to have sex at the age of 16. It can be both responsible, and irresponsible to be pregnant at a very young age. Meaning, it’d be irresponsible to have unsafe, or unprotected sex, without considering or knowing the consequences it can have on your life. In spite of the fact that it can also be a responsible choice

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    High schools usually have Sex Ed and general health as a mandatory class. But if they drop-out before they are given such knowledge how will they know the dangers of unprotected sex? But, not only can dropping out of school determine their educational level, but not getting the same education as another ethnicity can harm them in the same way. The African American community has almost always been targeted when it comes to not receiving a good education. A teacher of mine once said, “African American

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    With greetings to dating, or in casual or anonymous sexual situations, common knowledge holds that people with HIV are supposed to caution other people before having sex with them. In 34 states, there are certain laws relating to revelation which make it a crime not to disclose. Most of these laws were passed in the early years of the widespread and reflected ignorance and fear about HIV. As a matter of common sense, they have generally proven tough to enforce. If you have any interest about your

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    Unprotected Sex…What is Next? Teens have difficulty grasping the consequences of unprotected sex for themselves, their parents, family members and possibly their unborn child. Unprotected sex among teenagers in El Paso has become an issue seeing as they are not receiving the right information they need to know about sex and how to prevent it, sexually transmitted diseases can be passed on through sexual contact in which can be harmful and be passed on from one person to another, and teen pregnancy

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    STD’s and unprotected sex are both of a large concern to me. I think that in our society, however, they are sometimes downplayed, and the views of these definitely differ from person to person. I think that people engage in this behavior without protection because they just want to experience pleasure, and are not considering the consequences in the moment. This could be because of the influence of peers, society, or something like alcohol influencing the choice. Also, I think that many people are

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