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April 3rd, 2012 (1:50 AM).
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Knowing the risks and willingly doing so is different from not knowing the risks and doing so. Especially in lower income areas of the country who wouldn't normally have access to it. You see higher rates of STD's and such in places where contraception & Sex Ed are not readily available.
Sometimes even in places with access to it, sex ed isn't actually done enough. I know I've had... next to none, lol. "Use a condom and everything is fine <333" is all I've ever really been taught and tbqh I can't see what more there is to it than that. But from some of the things said in this thread it feels like I've missed a whole lot here.
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