Study: Miss. parents favor sex ed
The Clarion-Ledger reports a study by Social Science Research Center at Mississippi State University found that 92 percent of parents support age-appropriate sex education.
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Since: Feb 11
Pale Blue Dot
#1 Dec 9, 2011
Abstinence plans obviously aren't working in MS and elsewhere.
The BuyBull Belt is well represented below. I wonder what's the connection.
Top 10 States With Highest Teenage Pregnancy and Birth Rates
States ranked by rates of pregnancy among women age 15-19 (pregnancies per thousand):
New Mexico (103)
North Carolina (95)
States ranked by rates of live births among women age 15-19 (births per thousand):
New Mexico (66)
#2 Dec 30, 2011
Mr Desoto, "I think" for once I'm going to agree with you. As posted on the other sex thread under MS, there are way too many freebies issued thru various govmt. agencies for a young girl to clamp her knees together. Why shouldn't she get pregnant,...it feels good and our tax dollars end up paying for it. When a human has to pay for their mistakes is when they learn and earn mature responsibility, etc.
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