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whiterefrigerator

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Gender: male
Age: 18
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Steam Profile: roguerefrigerator
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Interests: stuff
Date Signed Up:7/23/2013
Last Login:3/29/2015
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#8 - HI 03/24/2015 on whiterefrigerator's profile 0
#384721 - ftl 03/24/2015 on PARTY NOW!! JOIN! 0
#140 - **whiterefrigerator rolled user fausticorn **  [+] (1 new reply) 03/09/2015 on Whose name would you write? 0
User avatar #152 - miia (03/09/2015) [-]
royalwerewolf will be so sad
#8 - Here ya go 03/02/2015 on A new record +3
#8 - Picture 02/25/2015 on Amazing Glitches Part 2 +30
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#41 - I... you're probably right. teenagers need to be given the ext… 02/23/2015 on Sex ed 0
#36 - yes they do but I education I received made it out to be that …  [+] (5 new replies) 02/23/2015 on Sex ed 0
User avatar #39 - wrpen (02/23/2015) [-]
But, once again, that's the point. Anything other than procreation is doing it wrong; Avoiding pregnancies is the direct opposite of the primary function of sex, that is, to raise a child, and allowing a pregnancy to happen without being prepared is mental suicide, another opposite to the primary function of sex.

Being taught to take the 100% sure route is better than being taught to do something less sure, and while it is misinformation, it's not necessarily bad. Contraceptives aren't 100% effective, but they idea that they aren't 0% effective (not that they are) makes notoriously unwise teenagers think they can beat the odds.

#115 - synthane (02/23/2015) [-]
The issue comes in the form of the teenagers that will have sex regardless thinking that they just shouldn't bother with a condom because they have been taught all their life how useless the condom is.
#79 - wastedfate (02/23/2015) [-]
Another possible solution is for teenagers to have exclusively anal sex. The pregnancy failure rate for that is 0%. But I'm sure that's wrong by your standards too.
#76 - wastedfate (02/23/2015) [-]
The typical pregnancy rates with condom use is 14% the typical failure rate with birth control is 5% making the combined failure rate 0.07%

What you aren't taking into account however is that abstinence is 100% effective either. 16.6% of women are raped and 5% of those women become pregnant. Making the failure rate of abstinence still 0.08%
#41 - whiterefrigerator (02/23/2015) [-]
I... you're probably right. teenagers need to be given the extremes otherwise it's just a challenge. I probably trusted them more than they deserve.
#31 - yes, I agree that teenagers having sex shouldn't be encouraged…  [+] (13 new replies) 02/23/2015 on Sex ed 0
User avatar #35 - wrpen (02/23/2015) [-]
But that's the point.

Condoms break, the pill doesn't always work correctly, and pulling out is just stupid. The only surefire way to avoid getting someone pregnant is to never have sex; every other way has > 100% chance.
#68 - wastedfate (02/23/2015) [-]
Did not know that the other ways had greater than 100% chance.
#71 - wrpen (02/23/2015) [-]
< 100%*
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#70 - wastedfate (02/23/2015) [-]
2 > 1 Is read as "Two is greater than one." Using retard as an insult is insensitive to retarded people.
#38 - anonymous (02/23/2015) [-]
Problem is, they are. Pregnancy rates are far higher in pro-abstinence states because no one actually stops, and now they think condoms make them go to hell and their dick fall off.
User avatar #40 - wrpen (02/23/2015) [-]
The idea that a pregnancy wont happen 100% of the time is to blame. It's reverse psychology as fuck, but when you think about it, it's clear that the fact that not every teenager gets pregnant from every one-night stand inevitably leads to them getting pregnant from at least one. Confidence blurs the numbers, in every sense.
#36 - whiterefrigerator (02/23/2015) [-]
yes they do but I education I received made it out to be that condoms almost always break and that the pill never works. whenever two people have sex there is always a chance to get an std or become pregnant. What I was originally saying is that during sex ed they practically said if you have sex you WILL get pregnant. it wasn't about telling them the dangers and more put the fear of having sex into the children.
User avatar #39 - wrpen (02/23/2015) [-]
But, once again, that's the point. Anything other than procreation is doing it wrong; Avoiding pregnancies is the direct opposite of the primary function of sex, that is, to raise a child, and allowing a pregnancy to happen without being prepared is mental suicide, another opposite to the primary function of sex.

Being taught to take the 100% sure route is better than being taught to do something less sure, and while it is misinformation, it's not necessarily bad. Contraceptives aren't 100% effective, but they idea that they aren't 0% effective (not that they are) makes notoriously unwise teenagers think they can beat the odds.

#115 - synthane (02/23/2015) [-]
The issue comes in the form of the teenagers that will have sex regardless thinking that they just shouldn't bother with a condom because they have been taught all their life how useless the condom is.
#79 - wastedfate (02/23/2015) [-]
Another possible solution is for teenagers to have exclusively anal sex. The pregnancy failure rate for that is 0%. But I'm sure that's wrong by your standards too.
#76 - wastedfate (02/23/2015) [-]
The typical pregnancy rates with condom use is 14% the typical failure rate with birth control is 5% making the combined failure rate 0.07%

What you aren't taking into account however is that abstinence is 100% effective either. 16.6% of women are raped and 5% of those women become pregnant. Making the failure rate of abstinence still 0.08%
#41 - whiterefrigerator (02/23/2015) [-]
I... you're probably right. teenagers need to be given the extremes otherwise it's just a challenge. I probably trusted them more than they deserve.
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#4 to #3 - whiterefrigerator (06/21/2014) [-]
Thanks man I was getting hungry.
#1 - planned (12/24/2013) [-]
hey man, can you keep hold of this for me?
#2 to #1 - whiterefrigerator (12/24/2013) [-]
of course just stuff it in.
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