03 February 2012

Homeschool Your Daughter



This week's Newsweek highlights a government report that says the percentage of high school kids having sex dropped this past decade to 46 percent. Still, that's about half the kids, and more are having oral sex.
Anya said, "There's one girl at our football games that like gave oral sex to five different football players."
Students told us that some kids are having sex in school bathrooms and hallways — even in classrooms.
At a middle school outside Baltimore, Md., a couple of 12-year-olds had oral sex in their science class. Their classmates watched, but the teacher didn't see them. (The teacher was suspended and later resigned.)

Obviously, the best way to make sure that your daughter doesn’t commit fornication in middle and high school is to make sure that you instill in her a strong sense of morality and a strong character.  The second best thing is to not send them at all.  Even if you do a good job raising your daughter to not be a fornicator, why tempt fate by sending her to a place that will strongly encourage her to fornicate?

4 comments:

  1. How does a teacher not see two students having oral sex in a classroom?

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  2. @Carnivore- Thick glasses?

    All kidding aside, it was probably just selective seeing. There's not actually a lot teachers can do to discipline kids, besides send them to the office, and even then, there's no guarantee that anything gets done.

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  3. school has them for 6 hours a day, five days a week. The rest of the time you have them, but how much of that time do you spend guiding and teaching them? Bottom line: you cannot compete with the shcool and modern culture just in shere volume of time spent.

    Homeschooling gives you a better chance because it monopolises their time in your favor.

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  4. @Prof. Hale- Not only is time a factor, but the nature of the pressure as well. It's easier to be pressured into hedonism than into responsible behavior. You almost need a monopoly just to get kids to consistently act responsibly.

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