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Valentine's Day & Sex

 
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PostPosted: Sun Feb 09, 2003 4:56 am    Post subject: Valentine's Day & Sex Reply with quote

Now it is near Valentineís Day and I read the newspaper that interview Thai teenagers about sex on Valentineís Day. Most teenagers decided to have a sex on Valentineís Day and they donít care about their parents feeling. I think that it will become the big problem for Thai culture. In the present, modern teenagers like to stay with their friends more than their parents. So I think that they can get the information of anything from their friend especially about sex.
In addition, most teenagers want to know and see anything that they havenít seen before so they would like to try about it also. Beside that, now there are many media about sex, naked woman that may stimulate their sex emotion. However, although teenagers have the close family and their parents have enough time for them, they still donít dare to consult about sex with their parents and their parents also donít dare to explain about sex for their children because they think that it will lead them to have sex. Moreover, If teenager told their parents after they have sex, they will be punished from their parents. So most parents canít know about sex experience of their children and the effect that may happen with their children also.
In my opinion, I think that children should have learnt about body and emotion since they was young because they will have the good attitude and understand about their body. If it Ďs possible, they will open their mind to tell, ask and consult about sex with their parents. Besides, Parents should listen and give the straight information to them so that they can defend themselves for sex disease and deciding about sex act also. How do you think about it? Do you have another way to solve this problem?

From Miss Jittima Monvisrut. 45213912 MICRO.
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