The Lesser Of Two EvilsAnyone who's a parent knows that once puberty hits, all bets are off when it comes to stopping their kids from having sex at some point. For some, they succeed in convincing their kids to either hold off on it, or at the very least, make sure that they not only use protection, they'll even show them how to by way of certain visual aids (no sex toys involved, of course). For the others, their words fall on deaf ears whether the parents say anything related to sex education classes or not.
My theory is this; if nobody's gonna step up and convince our children to wait for the "right time" to have sex, we can at least educate them on the dangers involved and provide them with the tools that will help them in the long run. If that means having vending machines that spit out condoms, then so be it. If it means that the number of STD's and unexpected pregnancies will drop dramatically, then I'm all for it.
BLACKTIGER75 36-40, M 1 Aug 22, 2012