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Post Reply Your child is promiscuous and catches an STD, how would you respond?
Posted 2/7/16


From my dealings with people, not a lot of people do use them. At least in circles I run in.
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Ha! As if I would have children in the first place.


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I'd probably stop having sex with her.
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lorreen wrote:

Help them get the medical attention they need; listen to them if they want to talk; offer a hug if they need some emotional support.

Get more detail about the circumstances if they are willing to talk about it, and provide advice and help them find information that will help them make choices so they can better avoid negative consequences like this in the future.

I'm hoping I would have had opportunities earlier to provide more info about "safer sex" but maybe a refresher/reinforcement conversation would be useful. Or maybe not. I'd kind of need to understand the specific circumstances better.



What exactly did you edit this time?
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aversion therapy
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XLUC1FER wrote:



From my dealings with people, not a lot of people do use them. At least in circles I run in.


I heard that STDs are pretty common in north America but I always thought it's just used to scare people. But at least that would explain why having sex or having more then one sexpartner means you must have a STD.
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lorreen wrote:

Help them get the medical attention they need; listen to them if they want to talk; offer a hug if they need some emotional support.

Get more detail about the circumstances if they are willing to talk about it, and provide advice and help them find information that will help them make choices so they can better avoid negative consequences like this in the future.

I'm hoping I would have had opportunities earlier to provide more info about "safer sex" but maybe a refresher/reinforcement conversation would be useful. Or maybe not. I'd kind of need to understand the specific circumstances better.



What exactly did you edit this time?


In my post? I moved "Or maybe not. I'd kind of need to understand the specific circumstances better" into the paragraph it's in now to make it more clear it related to that paragraph and didn't apply to my first paragraph.

In the thread title? I replaced some of your wording that seemed biased and offensive with "promiscuous."
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Posted 2/7/16

lorreen wrote:


TrickedMJ wrote:


lorreen wrote:

Help them get the medical attention they need; listen to them if they want to talk; offer a hug if they need some emotional support.

Get more detail about the circumstances if they are willing to talk about it, and provide advice and help them find information that will help them make choices so they can better avoid negative consequences like this in the future.

I'm hoping I would have had opportunities earlier to provide more info about "safer sex" but maybe a refresher/reinforcement conversation would be useful. Or maybe not. I'd kind of need to understand the specific circumstances better.



What exactly did you edit this time?


In my post? I moved "Or maybe not. I'd kind of need to understand the specific circumstances better" into the paragraph it's in now to make it more clear it related to that paragraph and didn't apply to my first paragraph.

In the thread title? I replaced some of your wording that seemed biased and offensive with "promiscuous."


I meant your comment, and I don't see the title was biased, definitely could've been offensive though.
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What was the original title?
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From my dealings with people, not a lot of people do use them. At least in circles I run in.


Same with mine, I mean I know a couple people who use them but that's obviously not much. Because sex "Feels SOOOOOOOOO MUCH BETTER" without one lol.
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lol there were like 4 chicks in my freshman class that had chlamydia and other students would say round of applause and clap their hands around them
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Posted 2/7/16 , edited 2/7/16

srlan23 wrote:

Are there no Condoms in the USA? I know, condoms are not 100% safe but this forum makes me feel like nobody in the USA is using condoms.

You would be surprised how many people don't use condoms. Teen pregnancies on the rise and for some reason in the poorer areas of the USA it appears condoms don't exist. STD's and pregnancies run rampant.
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Take them to the doctor and get them treated and keep your moralizing to yourself.


Bing-bong.
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Ok, I've searched a little bit. Seems like the teenage pregnency rates are going down but they are still pretty high. But the numbers of STD amongst young people are insane . Why is this such a problem? I mean, seriously, what is the reason for this?
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