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Broken-Angel wrote: »
We get all the normal advice at school anyway, I think it's good to have a show where teenagers don't have to feel embarrassed about things and can ask what they like. We can't do that in school, because they'll ring our parents and tell them we are having under age sex.
**Summer-Raindrops** wrote: »
we are now watching the program to see what it's like.
Hellfire wrote: »
But the answers they're giving these people are wrong. Ie. Making people ashamed of not liking to go down on women. Twisting the stories and advice.
Arctic Roll wrote: »
The statistics they've used seem to be rather odd, I certainly don't think most teenagers are sexually active at 16. However, other than that I don't really have a massive issue with the programme.
You have to remember that the alternative education for most teenagers is Cum Guzzling Slut Gangbang 8. Kids don't want a lecture about abstinence and trust, they want to know how to do the deed without getting pregnant, getting AIDS or getting laughed at. Talks about trust and relationships have their place, but I think too much store is placed on relationships and not enough is placed on teaching kids how to have fun safely. They know the score about saying no, but sometimes they DO just want to rut. Same as all of us.
However, however, however, I think Channel Four's real target market for this programme was dirty old men watching it one-handed. I think it was too sensationalist and I think a lot of the statistics were misleading to say the least. The whole thing did have a tendency to veer off into fantasises of sixth formers having orgies, which was unhelpful to say the least. I don't have any objections to the content, just the way some of it was delivered.
Arctic Roll wrote: »
You have to remember that the alternative education for most teenagers is Cum Guzzling Slut Gangbang 8. Kids don't want a lecture about abstinence and trust, they want to know how to do the deed without getting pregnant, getting AIDS or getting laughed at. .