I love the thread BUT ..these kids are busy on Twitter and FACE BOOK .<quoted text>
Rose, I agree, with all the above. And thanks for the compliment.:-)
About "teaching sex ed in the schools," I think there's more than one way to accomplish that. Who says that teaching -- and learning -- has to be limited to the school building and the classroom? I certainly don't.
I'm going to explore an idea that just popped into my head. I'll get back to you.
DON'T KNOW if they have forums ..Or even how to Twitter ..
Maybe you know more.
I had used my ISP free website function ...And wrote up my story a decade ago ..But no way to tell back then if anyone saw it.
Keeping things SECRET like we used to and like our friend knit says ..a
And being ashamed or branded as she suggests ..do not help one other person from making mistakes
If we who are older don't pass on what we know ..And the kids have only poor examples ...what value is experience .
Kids do not like s ten to just say no..with no reason..sadly .
They would be better off if they did