Not to be a pain but there is an edit button under your posts, which may or may not be there at the moment because of how new you are to the site. (Site limits certain aspects until you've established yourself on here more thoroughly)
As for me I'm an Aussie. We get sex ed in highschool. But a lot of girls are under the assumption that it won't happen to them or that raising a child isn't that hard. Plenty of girls play russion roulette with their health because they think the pull out method combined with counting of their cycle will be enough to keep them safe.
I'm 17 and expecting, sex education was awful in my school, we got shown a video and then that was it. There a definitely more young girls out there getting pregnant at the moment and I do blame the lack of proper sex education at school. There's 14 year old girls at my college getting pregnant, and then you ask them why and they say "I thought if I did it once, I wouldn't get pregnant" Sex is seen as a taboo subject and is very rarely talked about in detail at our college. Hope that helped a bit x
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