I dropped out, 7th grade. Did they really teach you this method of birth control in high school sex ed? Mightve saved me a lot of time and money had I learned this then. But by then I already had 3 children.
@ Blackcloud they didn’t teach it at sex ed but they did say one of the ways is: abstinence, birth control or withdrawl but the last one was kind of a joke and not encouraged as not every guy would do this and there’s still the risk of pregnancy and or infection. Isn’t 7th grade like 12 or something? You dropped out that early?
My step-brother was removed from school because he became too old. Apparently when you hit 21 you are no longer allowed in High School. When it is illegal to date your classmates, there is a distinct issue.
Francisco was told by his friend Paige to “reword” his status. Maybe my mind is too dirty, but what other meaning could his status possibly have? I can’t get my mind out of the gutter long enough to figure out an innocent scenario he could be describing…
@jackanddiane My third child was born April 2nd, 1999. When I would’ve been in 9th grade. kiwi said sex ed was in high school, which I never made it too. Thats what I was refering to. and who said I was joking!?
@person 5 guys is a burger joint. Apparently it makes his stomach hurt. But then again, having a belly full of semen would probably hurt anyone.
They told us 10% in high school sex ed but maybe that was just scare tactics. In any case, the message is that nobody should be relying on it.
As for condoms, I used to always use them but I’ve been in a serious relationship for a very long time and now we’re just using the pill. We had to go back to condoms for a while because antibiotics were messing with my pill and I can’t stand the feel of them anymore.