How do your promote safe sex to teens? This is one of the questions from a group of Bexley escorts that we are dealing with today/ Many teenagers are becoming sexually aware much earlier than they used to be, but at the same time we don’t seem to be able to promote safe sex practices to them.
A lot of Bexley escorts blame the Internet, and search engines such as Google who is quick to remove content related even to sex education. Bexley escorts believe that most teenagers use the Internet to look for safe sex information, and are reluctant to turn to their parents. I agree, I think that Bexley escorts have a very valid point and perhaps schools can help a great deal here.
Schools are meant to educate about all sorts of issues but is all the education they offer up to date. One of the Bexley escorts that I spoke to, thought it would be a good idea for schools to have a link to safe sex education on their web sites. Another couple of the Bexley escorts said that many school websites are information poor, and there is room for improvement.
Talking about sex
Talking about safe sex is important at home as well in the classroom. The task should not only be left for teachers to do but parents should be involved as well. Many parents still seem to be able to talk to their children about safe sex.
It could also be that teens are uncomfortable about talking about sex to their parents. A lot of parents told Bexley escorts that they get an “I know”, and the teen walks away. As a parent you should not allow this to happen, and it is important to step up to be counted. I think if my daughter said that to me, I would turn around and say that is not good enough, and sit down to have proper conversation with her.
I have already spoken to her about sex many times, so I know that she accepts the subject and can talk about it. Perhaps, the problem is that many parents don’t talk about sex at home and one day end up having a “big” talk about it. This can make children feel uncomfortable and they may not even listen say Bexley escorts. It is better to introduce the subject little by little as your child is growing up. After all, our modern world is full of sex.
Schools should educate at all times, and that includes making information available outside hours. Schools can easily put links on their website to guides for safe sex, and many other topics that touch teens life. It may make some parents angry but I always ask if these parents are living in the real world.
It is not only sex education, or safe sex, which is important but healthy eating as well. There are many topics which could be covered on school web sites in a fun and interactive sort of way.
Safe sex is important, and we must educate our teens about safe sex. How we do it is the trick, and we may have to get a bit savvy.