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Discussion in 'SHH Community Forum' started by Prison Mike, Dec 4, 2007.
Article seems like a really long way of saying "Practice makes perfect."
well, we'll see. kudos to those who have finally crossed the threshold. It's very aggravating for those of us who haven't..
For the fellas, just keep jerking it if you're a virgin. Keep that prostate going. And you'll have no problems maintaining an erection. Yeah, it's frowned upon if you are conservative or religious, but you got to do what you got to do. Better in your hand than risking getting some girl that you don't plan on marrying pregnant.
Unless I'm reading that wrong, you should basically lose it when you go to senior Prom or go off to college.
Who would have thought have a lot of sex when you're young could lead to STD's?
Hmmm..well sir, I raise you this:
Honestly though, I always take these studies with a grain of salt. Yeah there may be a risk, but that doesn't mean that it's actually going to happen. And, there also seems to be a counter study that suggests otherwise.
I'm not in favor of abstinence-only education, but I don't think that option should be thrown out on principle either. As for the article, it makes a certain degree of sense for the young, because the reproductive system doesn't even start advancing until age 13 or so...and in some cases, it may not finish until the person's early 20s.
It's finding that sweet spot (pun partially intended) between too young and and too old for sex. You don't want to ruin it for yourself or your partner by either starting too soon or too late.
Those two studies aren't necessarily contradictory, being 17-22 is roughly young adulthood and the right time to experiment and find out who you are. Safely as possible of course.
Though I do agree I'm not going to cite either study as definitive proof of anything, they do have a correlation that being too young is potentially damaging but it also shows waiting too long can be as bad.
I'll make sure to show that article to some people in my year
Seems like either way, you're ****ed.
Which is the goal of most people.
I can't help but feel there's a conservative tilt with this "research"
Casting doubt on abstinence only education is conservative?
What isn't tied with health risks these days?
The graffiti in the ladies room at Appleby's begs to differ.
ETM, you are BY FAR the biggest risk to my health.
I'm glad to help you out.