As one of the last people in my high school group of friends to lose their virginity, I don't have any regrets about who took mine. But what about teenagers now? Are they guarding their virginities with the strength of God Himself? Based on my personal experience in working with children between the ages of 1-18, I'm not sure if many of them are discriminate with what's between their legs. Middle and high school students know entirely too much about sex, but I'm not sure if it's based on personal experience or what they've heard.
Sex is everywhere. Radio, television, internet, phone apps, etc... There is no escaping it. And with teens nowadays being built like 25-year-old video vixens, it's no wonder why they're so excited to engage in sex. The media has told them that girls shaped like them look better naked in someone's bed. And boys are told that, in order to be cool, they have to sleep with as many girls as possible. And who is more accessible? The Rosa Acosta-shaped teenage girls at their school.
I can't lie; sex is amazing, but I think kids have more to worry about nowadays. With how fast things on the internet move, they can become a trending topic within 5 minutes of having sex (see: Amber Cole).
What do you think? Is it me, or is the importance of virginity dwindling with every song play on the radio?
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