In a sense, you are doomed if you do ( teach about pregnancy/body ) and doomed if you don't.

If you do, it may promote sexual activity and there may be more young pregnancies. But at the same time, if you don't teach about pregnancy, many young females might not recognize the symptoms of pregnancy, therefore there might not be any pre-natal care until their 2nd or 3rd trimesters. The first trimester is the most critical for care.

I would LOVE to go to HS's and talk to classes to tell them how it ISN'T easy, how I ended up with a emergency c-section, and a child that was born with health issues, stuff I never even thought about.

But I am not sure if they have anything like that here. In FL, they had some teens come in to talk to us.
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~*~ Eileen ~*~
Mother to Jonathan Elijah 10-23-2003
& Alexander Thomas 02-16-2007