And now people are inundated with information; do you see less unwanted pregnancy? I don't.<quoted text>
My mother was born in the late 50's and she said that my Grandmother never talked to her about sex or anything about her body. When she got her period, she was given the talk by a cousin who's older than her by a few years. Perhaps it had to do with the fact that my Grandma, and those of her generation, were old school Mexicans who were raised to believe that sex, and anything that had to do with sex(including reproductive organs) was "dirty" and you don't talk about those things. So I know where you're coming from when you speak of not being educated about those things.
Learning is very similar to obedience, one has to WANT TO. That's why the results are not better for learning than obedience. All one needs to know is sex should only be done when one is married and that it leads to pregnancy, a baby.
Its not rocket science. If those who know sex leads to pregnancy won't avoid it; why would you think having lectures on the uterus, ovaries, menses, etc.,will cause them to avoid it?
You can show them pictures of anatomy and physiology, etc., but its not an intellectual problem. Its a self- control problem. We have to be able to say no to pleasure when its not the right time for it. Why do you think so many Americans are also overweight? Do you think they have no information on nutrition? People who know all about it are also overweight.
Many times, its not what you know. Its are you in control of yourself.