It seems unfair for fathers to make virginity vows with their daughters and not address abstinence with their sons.
Is this campaign really the best way to encourage our teens to have safe sex?
It’s so important for parents to really take time to get to know the people who are in the lives of their children.
Most people can balance whatever good word they choose to follow with being respectful of others, but there’s always that one that does a little too much.
What teen parents definitely don’t need are systems that work against them.
Where do we get the audacity to expect decent service when we have nasty attitudes for no reason? Why are we so quick to “see the manager” or ask to be compensated for trivial inconveniences?
Do you have to like your man’s family? Ever dated a man whose family you bumped heads with?
Marriage? BABIES??? You have the rest of your life to schedule every minute of your existence in a daily planner, multitask being a wife, mother and daughter and save for retirement. Go wild while you can!
See what this author has to say about the subject.
Shaving my head will probably remain a figment of my imagined edginess because I admit that I attach much of my femininity and style to my crowning glory…