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Why was Republican Sen. Ashburn seeking intergenerational same-sex partners?
Yes, I understand there are a lot of closeted homosexual politicians. But no one ever explains why these scandals almost always involve intergenerational sex partnerships. Foley was into young teens and the reports on Ashburn are that the Latino boy in his SUV could have been his son. Why do so many Republican gay men seek young boys for intercourse?
It's in their jeans.
Does discussion with parents on contraception actually help?
Quote from CNN:
Three-quarters of Latino teens said their parents have talked to them about sex and relationships, but only half said their parents discussed contraception.

I don't know. My parents never discussed contraception with me. I think it's one that I've always avoided. With the internet, television, and having friends, it's kind of easy to learn that you should at least use a condom when having sex. I know condoms are not enough sometimes, but still. Is it really the parent's fault for teen pregnancy if they don't discuss condoms, birth control, etc?
Technically not their fault, but more likely. My mother never taught me about contraception and my school didn't talk about it either (just physical changes in your growing body and stuff... Small towns suck ) so I never asked how to use a condom correctly, and didn't use it correctly. 9 months later, I had my little girl.

HOWEVER, My friend (17) has been on birth control since she was 13, no scares, no pregnancies, no STDs, etc. Her mother did teach her about contraception.
What movie is this? Have you seen this movie?
The movie starts out with a latino teen and a young blond girl in bed kissing and eventually leads to be a sex the movie goes on we discover he sleeps with a few different girls in his neighborhood (something tells me it might be Harlem but im not sure where it takes place) the movie ends with one of the girls he had slept with finding out that she had aids..

I know the movie was made before 2000 but I can seem to find it with a search. If anyone has seen this movie or has any info about it please let me know I cant sem to remember alot about it.
Sounds like the movie Kids.
Hip-Hop = ignorance && making most minority youth ignorant?
Not to criticize any die hard Hip-Hop head but recently [as in today] a group of friends and i had an interesting discussion. A aspiring rapper and a aspiring lawyers battling out how the current Hip-hop heavyweights though they do not want to be role models are defiantly are.
Nikki Minaj, Lil wayne, and other "rapper" most of what the "raps' are about sex,money,female dogs,N-word which i guess is suppose to be black ppl. and the Majority of ppl who make them rich are black and Latino teens. So how are we not looking up to them.
My question is, one i have been pondering Is do you think that "Rappers" and the whole hip-hop nation is just breeding on ignorance. And that it plays a role in how young black teens speak to one another. act and think. I mean if hip-hop suddenly died i Wonder would crime rates in urban area's decrease?As the saying says "Sex Sell, well in this case it's "Ignorance Sells".
i personally hate hip hop, it degrades women, they use the N word, talk about violence, sex, drugs. and the sad thing is that they don't realizes their influences on teens.
Anybody know a good book for a lonley teenager?
I tend to enjoy reading book about charecters ages 16-21
two subjects that attract me are drugs and dealing with death
not to into "romance" but sex and teen dating catches my eye
several books I loved are
The Farther You Run Davida Herwin
Miricle Boys Jaqueline Woodson
Fallen Angles Walter Dean Myers
Catcher and The Rye (the only book i enjoyed that i HAD to read)
Looking for something long that will keep me busy for a while
I always wished "The Wonder Years" was a book
not a fan of mystery,Romance & Anime
* NOT A FAN OF BOOKS written in verse

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hated Gossip Girl, Hate anything that has to do with Fairy's..looking for something set in 1970's up
Ive always been attracted to bad boys (i like reading about them too)
no racism but-I want a book with a black or Latino feel to it.
1.Someone Like You by Sarah Dessen
2. Beauty Queen by Linda Glovach
3. Angus, Thongs and Full-Frontal Snogging: Confessions of Georgia Nicolson by Louise Rennison
4. On the Bright Side, I'm Now the Girlfriend of a Sex God: Further Confessions of Georgia Nicolson by Louise Rennison
5. The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants by Ann Brashares
6. This Lullaby by Sarah Dessen
Why do you think guys today use profanity and cut up?
Its been this way since the 1990's.My grandma Shirley is very kind she grew up in the 1930's in segregated Georgia doesn't swear or use use disgusting language as the girls in my school use.I am mixed half black,half white and maybe its a cultural thing but everyone is my school is pretty much black and latino and there be fights and alot of sexual tension as in touching between students but I dont want them growing upand THEN letting their guys do the exact same thing and younger.I heard about some 6 teen boys who were having sex with a grown woman at a public school and one fatheres a baby with her.Is this generation x fault?
I always blame the parents for the way their guyren turn out.
Why do Latina teens have a pregnancy rate that's twice the national average?
NEW YORK (WOMENSENEWS)--At 25, pushing her 22-month-old son Diego through Brooklyn's sweltering summer streets, Maricela Estrada says she is not planning on any more guyren.

Along with Diego, peeking out from the stroller, the soft-spoken woman, who became a mother at 20, has two other guyren, ages 4 and 5, at home with her husband of seven years.

"For me, it's not bad to have guyren as a young person," Estrada said in Spanish near her Brooklyn home.

Estrada's story is part of the eye-catching fertility statistics among Hispanic American women, who, on average, begin families earlier, have fewer abortions and, in their younger years, produce almost twice as many babies as other groups: 82 births per 1,000 among females aged 15 to 19, compared with the national average of 42 per 1,000.

National teen pregnancy rates have declined about 35 percent since 1991, but the rate for Hispanic teens is dropping at half that pace, according to a March report by the Washington-based National Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy, which has a goal of reducing teen pregnancy by one-third between 2006 and 2015.

In the medley of explanations for the sluggish decline, the lack of education about sex and birth control--both in schools and in families--deserves special attention, said Rosie Molinary, author of the 2007 "Hijas Americanas: Beauty, Body Image and Growing Up Latina," which she wrote after surveying 500 Latina women on issues including sexuality.

'Conversations Don't Happen'

"Those conversations don't happen," Molinary says. "These girls are in a vulnerable situation."

The National Campaign launched a Latino initiative in March that highlights a startling figure: 51 percent of Latina women are pregnant at least once by age 20. The program includes partners such as the New York-based Latina magazine and the Washington-based National Council of La Raza.

Bill Albert, deputy director of the National Campaign, said the first step of the Latino initiative was the release of research findings and beginning to work with partners such as La Raza--which works with Hispanic families--to ensure they include teen pregnancy prevention in existing programs.

"It is very clear from Latina teens that they really want to hear from their parents on these issues, but parents don't necessarily believe that," Albert said.…
My take on it is that many latin teens are Catholic and their parents have not had any kind of meaningful conversations with them about birth control because the Catholic religion does not believe in any other type of birth control than the rhythm method and abstinence (which isn't working).
Why would he want a dark girl like me?
I am brown skin.I don't think that I am ugly at all but let's face it we know how most men think. They want Latinas or white women or at least women with lighter skin.

I always get hit on by men but it is usually by nice men (and I had this sex white boy for a bf when I was a teen) but the men that hit on me, I am not attracted to and so when this tall street guy comes up to me and tells me I am beautiful I begin to think twice.

Not only that but I wear glasses, I am thin (small boobs too) and my hair is put up in a bun. What can be beuatiful about that? Huh?

He is so fine that he could probably have any other girl with lighter skin and a curvy body out here but why would he approach me. He seemed to be either Black or Latino.

He wanted to get with me but I kindly turned him down by stating that I had a man.

What should I think?
If they knew how low your self esteem was they would not be attracted to you anymore. Feel good about the way you look don't question why someone likes you if they like you...they like you! All people do not like lighter women, people like what they like. Damn, someone can't even give a compliment w/o you getting self conscious, lighten up ma.
Why are american statistics so negative when it comes to blacks?
I mean hopefully some of you know what I'm talking about, but I mean things like, highest drug use, health risks, relationship crisis/abuse, income rates, education and drop out rates etc. I could go on and on. I have finally came to notice that when it comes to these criteria blacks are all ways criticized so negatively. You see I am doing a report on spousal dating abuse for our "No place for Hate" group in our high school so since I have never experienced or know someone that has a history of abuse I started doing some big research. According to american "statistics" black women and men suffer the highest rate of domestic abuse also being that 85% of people in abusive relationships are women leaving the 15% to be men. Now this was only the beginning of my wondering, but school started t up even more. According to the Sex-ED teacher or the books "statistics" we are also more likely to get STD's. To much information to type up, but I know the biggest one they have against is HIV/AIDS.
But It does not end here, we also have the highest high school dropout rate, in the years 2007-2008 the total dropout rate was 9% followed by hispanics with 7.24%, multiracial with 3.91%, whites with 2.16%, and lastly asian with 1.62%. The same range of ratings goes for Teen pregnancy rates, crime rates, employment, marriage, drug use, more likely to succeed?, even the most ridiculous one, which wasn't so much a statistic, well not one at all, but more of a poll chosen by people: Results, 1. White 2. Asian 3. Latino/Hispanic 4. Indian 5. Black. I mean it wasn't just one thing, but it was like diff rent peoples opinions everywhere. Now all I want to know is why the media has to make the perceptions of us so bad. It is not only annoying, judge mental, and arrogant, but for me it is a pretty touchy matter. Living in a world knowing that the world(not all) today has come to think that "Black, African, Brown" whatever you may call it has been taught to be "Bad". Will those narrow minded people who think so negatively about people like myself ever overcome themselves? It's just so aggravating because I only wish to live in a world od peace were we don't have to worry about racism, hurting, and negative stereotypes. Anybody of color feel the way I feel?
It is what it is. Sometimes the numbers happen to confirm stereotypes. What would suggest? fudging the numbers so they aren't so negative? Or how about rewording them; perhaps something like "Good news, 40% of black Americans will not go to jail at some point in their lives"...
What is the Birds and the bees story?
I grew up in a Latino culture and no one knows what the birds and the bees story is, I am a guy development major and the term gets thrown around, obviously I know what it means, but what is the actual story? do parents actually tell that story to their teens to teach them about sex? culture shock sorry :) thank you!
idk what it is
good question
Oh wait found it on wikipedia
The birds and the bees" (sometimes expanded to "the birds, the bees and the butterflies" or "the birds, the bees, the flowers, and the trees") is an idiomatic expression which refers to courtship and sex, and is usually used in reference to teaching someone, often a young guy, about sex and pregnancy. The phrase is evocative of the metaphors and euphemisms often used to avoid speaking openly and technically about the subject.

According to tradition, the birds and the bees is a metaphorical story sometimes told to guyren in an attempt to explain the mechanics and consequence of sexual intercourse. According to that story the birds are like men and the bees like women: Birds are free to fly wherever they like, but bees are enslaved to a single queen their entire life and their whole life is dedicated to keeping her alive. Bees pollinate flowers, birds spread the seed, men impregnate eggs, women give birth. Sex is key for survival of both.

Word sleuths William and Mary Morris[1] hint that it may have been inspired by words like these from the poet Samuel Coleridge (1825): 'All nature seems at work ... The bees are stirring--birds are on the wing ... and I the while, the sole unbusy thing, not honey make, nor pair, nor build, nor sing.'"[2]

Several sources give credit to Cole Porter for coining the phrase.[3] One of the legendary musician's more famous songs was "Let's Do It, Let's Fall in Love." The 1928 standard contains the lyrics:[4]

And that's why birds do it, bees do it
Even educated fleas do it
Let's do it, let's fall in love

Another use of this phrase comes from the work of John Burroughs, a naturalist who lived and worked in the Catskills Mountains. He wrote a small pamphlet called "Birds and Bees: Essays"[5] in which he explained the workings of nature in a way that guyren could understand. However, birds and bees are dealt with in separate sections; nowhere are they mentioned together.

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