Is having sex at the age of 12 right page 8

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4) But if you can GET a boner, then theoretically, you are ready for sex. How ever, I wouldn’t think a 12 year old having sex is right.

You might wish to think a bit deeper before you make such points, just pointing out that if this was a prerequisite for having sex, then no female would ever in theory, be ready for sex. Same goes for many intersexed individuals.

 
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Originally posted by vikaTae:
4) But if you can GET a boner, then theoretically, you are ready for sex. How ever, I wouldn’t think a 12 year old having sex is right.

You might wish to think a bit deeper before you make such points, just pointing out that if this was a prerequisite for having sex, then no female would ever in theory, be ready for sex. Same goes for many intersexed individuals.

nothing wrong sharing boy’s pov…

 
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True, but if you stop and think about exceptions to your argument (and overlooking one gender is a pretty big exception), it makes your argument stronger. It is a worthy habit to get into.

 
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Originally posted by vikaTae:
4) But if you can GET a boner, then theoretically, you are ready for sex. How ever, I wouldn’t think a 12 year old having sex is right.

You might wish to think a bit deeper before you make such points, just pointing out that if this was a prerequisite for having sex, then no female would ever in theory, be ready for sex. Same goes for many intersexed individuals.

I am speaking for boys. I understand what you’re saying though… But I am theoretically saying, a penis is to pee from, but once it becomes a boner, it’s use is to have sex with. Which is why I bring this point up, for boys.

Also, to respond to your comment above me (I dunno how to double quote), I am not an expert on females sex parts. All I am saying is, once a boy can get a boner, HE theoretically is ready for sex (Although I wouldn’t suggest it), no matter the age of women he has sex with (older presumably).

 
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Originally posted by vikaTae:

True, but if you stop and think about exceptions to your argument (and overlooking one gender is a pretty big exception), it makes your argument stronger. It is a worthy habit to get into.

And both gender (and the in betweens) are probably never equal in this argument. I dun expect males to understand female sexuality, let alone making a strong argument for it, and definitely welcome honest input from respective positions.

Originally posted by Shoru500:
Originally posted by vikaTae:
4) But if you can GET a boner, then theoretically, you are ready for sex. How ever, I wouldn’t think a 12 year old having sex is right.

You might wish to think a bit deeper before you make such points, just pointing out that if this was a prerequisite for having sex, then no female would ever in theory, be ready for sex. Same goes for many intersexed individuals.

… (I dunno how to double quote), …

You can click any quote post link when in posting box. Just recognize the blockquotes and /blockquotes

 
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uhm…a boys penis becomes erect from time to time well before he reaches puberty. even as a foetus in the womb this can happen.

 
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Originally posted by CROWmmunism:

12 year olds not having sex has nothing to do with the ability to reproduce.

Its all about being mature enough to raise a baby.

If you think a 12 year old is mature enough to raise a baby, you are stupid.

Not sure if trolling or not, but I agree with the last two. And as for the first statement….having sex does have something to do with ability to reproduce. These days girls are getting their periods at 8-10….way too young to be parents. Having sex comes with that risk (that you will be a parent). And then if they do become pregnant, it diverges into a bunch of other uncomfortable topics like abortion, welfare, etc. that no one has a good answer for or wants to deal with. It’s best if young kids just don’t get pregnant, and by extension, don’t have sex.

 
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Originally posted by Twilight_Ninja:
Originally posted by CROWmmunism:

12 year olds not having sex has nothing to do with the ability to reproduce.

Its all about being mature enough to raise a baby.

If you think a 12 year old is mature enough to raise a baby, you are stupid.

Not sure if trolling or not, but I agree with the last two. And as for the first statement….having sex does have something to do with ability to reproduce. These days girls are getting their periods at 8-10….way too young to be parents. Having sex comes with that risk (that you will be a parent). And then if they do become pregnant, it diverges into a bunch of other uncomfortable topics like abortion, welfare, etc. that no one has a good answer for or wants to deal with. It’s best if young kids just don’t get pregnant, and by extension, don’t have sex.

Citation please. You phrase it as if girls so young menstruating is becoming the norm, as far as I know that is not true but I don’t exactly stay upto date on the topic

 
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Originally posted by dd790:

Citation please. You phrase it as if girls so young menstruating is becoming the norm, as far as I know that is not true but I don’t exactly stay upto date on the topic

Personal experience. Some girls in my family had their menses at that age, although I didn’t want to embarrass them or get too personal by identifying them.

 
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Originally posted by Twilight_Ninja:
Originally posted by dd790:

Citation please. You phrase it as if girls so young menstruating is becoming the norm, as far as I know that is not true but I don’t exactly stay upto date on the topic

Personal experience. Some girls in my family had their menses at that age, although I didn’t want to embarrass them or get too personal by identifying them.

Your personal experience appears to be similar to what I hear on a news report the other day.

Other sources are available, dd.

 
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dd, as Karma is so fond of saying, it’s a bell curve. Menstruation normaly starts anywhere between ages 12-14, but because of the way distribution curves involving living organic systems work, there will always be a minority who only start between 10 and 16 years old.

So some girls (about 0.5% statistically) will start to menstruate at 9-10 years old. Likely always have done.

 
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vika, I want to ADDRESS (as in: NOT “disagree” or greatly question) your “Likely always…”

What do ya think about how the modern medicine//chemical age might be having on this natural process for the female?

Sure, medicinal “cures”,,of one nature or another,,have been around for a couple of thousand years (+ ?).
BUT, for the most part, they were natural, herbal, etc.
Until Louis Pasture discovered penicillin, many ppl died of simple infections.
Until the English navy understood rickets and how the vitamins in limes could prevent this (if they even knew about vitamins then), such deficiencies were very common. BTW, this eating of limes is how the English became known by the moniker of: Limey.

What I am most interested in is our better living through chemistry we’ve been experiencing for nearly a century now…give or take a few decades,,depending upon which of them ya’re referencing.

We subject our bodies—which are little more than a simple huge vast of very complex chemisty,,,esp. the brain…which controls a very large amount of activity (starting menstruation?)—to a tremendous amount of “foriegn” substances. This is something ya’ve pointed out (variations of human interactions to various conditions) several time in regard to different issues.

These include: medicines,, plant pesticides (fungicides, etc.),, vaccines, etc. given to animals (growth hormones…not to mention chemical changes in the animals due to the conditions these animals are subjected to…we then eat these chemicals),,stronger tobacco (w/ easier access to it and to alcohol…due to easier production//delivery),,the same for very strong recreational drug use (sure, girl children usually don’t do smack & coke….expect when in the mother’s womb.)

I can’t NOT suspect that our more recent lowering of the onset age of menstruation isn’t due to some OR ALL of the above….w/ obvious increases when several of them are combined.

Ppl…nature is wonderful.
She can adapt to a lot of things….like our changing lifestyles.
BUT, she can do it only over long periods of time.
We’re changing much too fast for her to “keep up” w/ us.
SO.
We need to use our heads and practice the old saw: MODERATION in all (most?) things.

 
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Artificial estrogens are a problem, Karma. We dump a lot of these chemicals into our foods, the water supply, and even the materials we use day to day. However, the science still isn’t clear on how much of an effect these are having. (paywall article, if you don’t wish to pay, the abstract still supplies enough info to prove my point).

This is a much older study, fifteen years old now, but essentially says the same thing in general terms. Naming several of the chemicals that were a problem at the time (and still are, butthe list is longer now), and explaining their effects.

They definitely have an effect, both on feminising males and increasing early-onset puberty in females. The difficulty is in knowing how widespread their effects are. Other studies have been done, questioning how much damage these synthetic hormones are doing to our genome, but the results so far are to the best of my knowledge, inconclusive.

 
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Have you guys ever been taught in school about sex and health?

The reason why it is prohibited is because that if a child had sex, and the risk of them having a baby is very stressful, embarrassing, and puts a large toll on the parent of the child’s life. Also including, that EVEN if you think you’re mature enough to handle a baby, which may or may not be true. You don’t have a good enough job to pay for childcare and to take care of it without ruining your life. via. dropping out, abortion, etc. So 12 year-olds could or could not be ready for intercourse, but if you’re ready doesn’t make it right.

 
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Originally posted by SlightWorkGJ:

Have you guys ever been taught in school about sex and health?

The reason why it is prohibited

It’s not.

Kinda makes me wonder what school you went to.

Also, applying that same logic, should unemployed people or people who are not earning much also not have sex, since they would also be in a lot of stress and financial problems with a baby on the way?

 
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Originally posted by SlightWorkGJ:

Have you guys ever been taught in school about sex and health?

The reason why it is prohibited is because that if a child had sex, and the risk of them having a baby is very stressful, embarrassing, and puts a large toll on the parent of the child’s life. Also including, that EVEN if you think you’re mature enough to handle a baby, which may or may not be true. You don’t have a good enough job to pay for childcare and to take care of it without ruining your life. via. dropping out, abortion, etc. So 12 year-olds could or could not be ready for intercourse, but if you’re ready doesn’t make it right.

That’s what birth control is for. And abortions. And baby abandonment. And infanticide.

All of the above are morally right(BY MY STANDARDS, PLEASE DON’T ASSUME I AM PUSHING INFANTICIDE I’M JUST SAYING I THINK IT’S OKAY, NOT THAT EVERYONE SHOULD DO IT)

 
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Originally posted by helltank:
Originally posted by SlightWorkGJ:

Have you guys ever been taught in school about sex and health?

The reason why it is prohibited is because that if a child had sex, and the risk of them having a baby is very stressful, embarrassing, and puts a large toll on the parent of the child’s life. Also including, that EVEN if you think you’re mature enough to handle a baby, which may or may not be true. You don’t have a good enough job to pay for childcare and to take care of it without ruining your life. via. dropping out, abortion, etc. So 12 year-olds could or could not be ready for intercourse, but if you’re ready doesn’t make it right.

That’s what birth control is for. And abortions. And baby abandonment. And infanticide.

All of the above are morally right(BY MY STANDARDS, PLEASE DON’T ASSUME I AM PUSHING INFANTICIDE I’M JUST SAYING I THINK IT’S OKAY, NOT THAT EVERYONE SHOULD DO IT)

So….birth control & abortions are well in the realm of reason.

BUT, can ya go into more detail on baby abandonment (NOT giving up for adoption?) and ESPECIALLY why ya think killing babies is “OKAY”?

 
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Pre-teens are too young for sex.
I think that should be obvious
that they are too young
for sex
at the age
of 12
Point taken case closed

 
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Originally posted by DmageGore:

Pre-teens are too young for sex.
I think that should be obvious
that they are too young
for sex
at the age
of 12
Point taken case closed

Then explain my 10 year old boner.

That came out wrong.

 
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That,s what happens when you take Viagra. My brother got one stuck in his throat and had a stiff neck the rest of the day.

 
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Originally posted by DmageGore:

Pre-teens are too young for sex.
I think that should be obvious
that they are too young
for sex
at the age
of 12
Point taken case closed

Do you have any reasoning to go along with this statement, or is your personal opinion now fact?

 
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Originally posted by DmageGore:

Pre-teens are too young for sex.
I think that should be obvious
that they are too young
for sex
at the age
of 12
Point taken case closed

It would really help your argument if you actually had an argument.

 
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Originally posted by tenco1:
Originally posted by DmageGore:

Pre-teens are too young for sex.
I think that should be obvious
that they are too young
for sex
at the age
of 12
Point taken case closed

Then explain my 10 year old boner.

That came out wrong.

Of more import….did it go in wrong?
 
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there is an age at which you are legal, because they said underage kids dont know the risks invovled in having sex