No, sex been around TV, music videos, and movies for a long time. It is a disgusting cycle that continues. Honestly, if a teenager wants to have sex they'll do it. Nobody is going to stop them. I was a teenager before, and I choose not to have sex at a young age. For me, it was disgusting and too intimate. At the time, I felt it was for adults only. One of my classmates was pregnant at 13! I felt so bad. I thought- why did she gave in at a young age? She was too young to be worrying about taking care of a baby. I am glad that she did not abort the child. I was so proud of her for taking responsibility! Anyways, TV shows, music about sex ect, is NEVER to blame for teenagers being sexually active. The more people restrict sex the more teenagers crave it. It is a mind thing, and my parents never told me, "Don't have sex!" All they told me was to respect myself. It was up to me to decide if I wanted to have sex. So yeah, those that are promiscuous is their choice. Nobody has a gun in he or she skull. It's their choice not media.View Thread
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