Thursday, March 4, 2010

Andrei Do twelve year old boys really need condoms?

Bien sûr - but small ones.

3 comment(s):


yes, they make great water bombs!!

ZenTiger said...

But water is a precious resource that must not be wasted...every drop is sacred, every drop is great. If some water is wasted, the Greenies get quite irate...

And so goes the modern paradox. Condoms for 12 year olds and yet the age of consent is 16. Age of consent any lower, and we hear cries of outrage over the immorality of it all (for example the incorrect meme that the age of consent in the Vatican City is 12)

And what do they think of equipping these 12 year olds with a drivers license because they know that they are going to drive anyway?

The result that shocked us concerned young boys who display apparently risky behaviour. They have more of a tendency not to protect themselves. They do not have a very developed sexual knowledge.

What, lessons from age 8 not working then? Maybe the instructions on the mechanics excuses lack of instruction on the spiritual and emotional formation?

They do not understand the consequences of what they are doing and leave the young girls to take care of the consequences.

So handing out condoms absolves the government and government busybodies from the consequences of handing out condoms I suppose?

And when they get a 12 year old girl pregnant, more howls of outrage that the new life isn't terminated immediately so that we can all pretend there were no consequences.


What next, offers of extra pocket money for voluntary sterilisation?

Oh, look likes I spoke too soon - look at the post just coming up!


You are right Zen.
Kids that age are certainly too young for sex.
I also recall a survey from Britain which shows that despite or because of sex education, kids there have the highest pregancy rates in Europe.
But I do remember the latex having great properties to hold such a weight of liquid.
Perhaps the kids better stick to balloons.
I am surprised we don't see tv commercials featuring screaming babies, that mum might have to stay in when her friends go out; or telling young lads they face having to pay for their offspring for at least 18 years or so.
That might work.

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