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Post time 2006-6-13 02:04:10 |Display all floors
Originally posted by sinfulangel at 2006-6-12 23:28

my mama taught me everything i need to know in sex


Oh dear, I am afraid there's more to it...
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Post time 2006-6-13 06:32:24 |Display all floors
14,i soppose this age is best

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Post time 2006-6-13 23:52:45 |Display all floors
Originally posted by liangzai at 2006-6-13 02:04


Oh dear, I am afraid there's more to it...


what more ur talking about??

i just think its better to have some basic knowledge in sex at early age than later....at least u wont screw others and get pregnant..cos u know u can wear condom!!..sometimes i read news about ittle girls who give birth to babes that they have no idea about what causes it....isnt tht frightening???

i have enough education...and my next goal is...after i finish this degree...am gonna take psychology..and be a sex therapist..ahahah....
I don't know if I like you or love you, want you or need you, all I know is I love the feeling I get when I'm near you.

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Post time 2006-6-14 02:02:33 |Display all floors
Originally posted by cty86074094 at 2006-6-13 06:32

14,i soppose this age is best


At 14 I had already jerked off for many years, and also learned all the tricks in the business via videos and magazines (today they use the internet instead)...
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Post time 2006-6-14 09:45:29 |Display all floors
Originally posted by liangzai at 2006-6-14 02:02


At 14 I had already jerked off for many years, and also learned all the tricks in the business via videos and magazines (today they use the internet instead)...


So my 15 yr old - ... he- ? you mean-? ...

EWWWWWW!!!!

So THAT"S why he takes such long showers!!!!!!
:L:L:time:


I'm kidding, he & I have had plenty of talks. Our favorite is this one:

A commercial comes on TV against drugs (or whatever) and it says...
TV: "So parents, talk to your kids about not doing drugs."
my son:  "Hey mom, talk to me about not doing drugs."
me:   "Don't do drugs."
him:   "Ok."

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Post time 2006-6-15 04:52:28 |Display all floors

As promised …. on STDs

Sex education cannot be complete without knowing and understanding STDs (or sexually transmitted diseases), also called venereal diseases (VDs).

All things come with a price and STDs/ VDs is the price for PROMISCUITY.  

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Welcome to the William Gladden Foundation library of educational materials about Sexually-Transmitted Diseases (STDs).  These publications are FREE to read on-line or download to hardcopy and reproduce.

STDs are a serious medical problem facing men and women from every country in our world.  Here are just a few facts that describe the prevalence of this medical problem that at some point in their life affects more than half of all the people on this planet.

A sexually transmitted disease (STD) is a disease caused by a "pathogen" (virus, bacterium, parasite, fungus) that is spread from person to person primarily through sexual contact.

An estimated 200 to 400 million people worldwide are infected.

STDs can be painful, irritating, debilitating, and life threatening.

More than 20 STDs have been identified.  

The United States has the highest rates of STDs in the industrialized world.

In the United States alone, an estimated 15.3 million new cases of STDs are reported each year.

The estimated total number of people living in the United States with a viral STD is over 65 million.

Women suffer more frequent and more serious complications from STDs than men.

Some STDs cause no symptoms, but can still be passed from person to person even if there are no symptoms.  {whampoa: This is SCARY=> an infected person can appear healthy on the surface, so can’t tell based on looks.}

STDs occur most commonly in sexually active teenagers and young adults, especially those with multiple sex partners.

Each year, one in four teens contracts a STD.

One in two sexually active persons will contract a STD by age 25.

About half of all new STDs occur among youth ages 15 to 24.

According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, in the United States more than 13 million people are infected each year and more than 65 million have an incurable STD.

The only sure ways to avoid becoming infected with an STD are abstinence or monogamy with an uninfected partner.  It is important for partners to discuss their sexual and STD history before having sex.  Prevention is possible only if sexually active individuals understand STDs and how they are spread.  That is the purpose of the information that follows.

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Post time 2006-6-15 04:56:02 |Display all floors

#69 whampoa's post ... Continue

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AIDS, by Waln K. Brown, Ph.D., 778 words, 3 pages.  

AIDS (Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome) is a deadly disease caused by a virus.  The AIDS virus cripples the immune system.  A person with AIDS is vulnerable to infections and certain kinds of cancer that take advantage of the body’s lowered ability to fight back.

AIDS does not kill directly.  Rather, the AIDS virus makes its victims defenseless against other infections that kill them.  HIV (Human Immunodeficiency Virus) is a term for the virus that causes AIDS.  HIV is a type of virus that causes a number of health problems ranging from symptomless infection, to changes in the immune system and the development of life-threatening diseases because of lower immunity.  ARC (AIDS-Related Complex) is a stage of the AIDS infection where symptoms develop in response to a crippled immune system.  It may take years to develop ARC after infection with the AIDS virus.  Most people who develop ARC also will develop full-blown AIDS.  ARC victims are contagious until the day they die.


Chlamydia, by Waln K. Brown, Ph.D., 795 words, 3 pages.

Chlamydia is a sexually transmitted disease (STD) caused by infection from a germ called “chlamydia trachomatis.”  It can infect males and females and is a major cause of cervicitis (infection of the cervix), NGU and PID.  

Nearly four million Americans get a chlamydia infection each year.  Many people do not know they may have chlamydia until a sex-partner is diagnosed.  The only sure way to know is to be treated.  A number of tests are available to diagnose chlamydial infections.  These tests reveal chlamydia even when there are no symptoms.  Typically, a cotton swab collects a small amount of fluid from the infected site.  If left untreated, chlamydial infections can cause health problems for both males and females, including painful infection, permanent damage to the reproductive organs, infertility and sterility.  Pregnant females also may suffer birth complications.


Genital Herpes, by Waln K. Brown, Ph.D., 898 words, 3 pages.

Herpes is the name given to a group of viruses that cause a number of human illnesses.  Herpes is a Greek word that means - “to creep.”  

The Herpes virus can hide inside the body for a long time without causing harm.  Then, all of a sudden, it can creep out of hiding and cause problems.  Almost everyone gets at least one herpes infection at some time in their life.  However, most herpes infections are not sexually transmitted diseases (STDs).  Examples of non-STD herpes infections include chicken pox, shingles, severe infections, recurrent illnesses, infectious mononucleosis, non-venereal cold sores and fever blisters.  There are two strains of the herpes simplex virus.  Both strains cause cold sores and fever blisters, and both strains pass from person-to-person by physical contact.  Herpes simplex virus type 1 (HSV-1) is non-venereal and is passed by kissing or touching someone with a cold sore or fever blister.  Generally, HSV-1 occurs above the waist.  Herpes simplex virus type 2 (HSV-2) is venereal and is passed by having sexual contact with someone infected with genital herpes.  

Genital herpes and HSV-2 are different terms for the same STD.  Generally, HSV-2 occurs below the waist.


Genital Warts, by Waln K. Brown, Ph.D., 880 words, 3 pages.

Human papilloma virus (HPV) is the name of a group of more than 60 viruses.  Certain types of HPV cause warts on the hands or feet; others cause visible genital warts.  Sometimes, however, HPV infection causes no warts, and many people with genital HPV do not know they have it.   

A contagious virus spread primarily through genital-genital, genital-anal and oral-genital interaction causes genital warts.  They may appear several months after being infected.  Sometimes, no visible symptoms develop.  

It is common for a person with genital warts to have several other sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) at the same time.  Genital warts is one of the most common STDs in America.  As many as one million cases are diagnosed each year, and tens of millions of Americans have HPV infection.  In some cities, HPV spreads faster than herpes, Chlamydia, syphilis or gonorrhea.

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When asked what they least admired about the West, they replied
MORAL DECAY, PROMISCUITY and pornography which...
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