The moral dilemma


I came across a young girl who was only sixteen and pregnant. She was one the most intelligent in her year at a local school.  The natural reaction was to be angry with her. With so many ways of preventing pregnancy I always thought there should not be such a thing as unplanned of unwanted pregnancy.

But she was only sixteen, how could she have accessed contraception. The general assumption is our teenagers are innocent and not yet sexually active. How do we then explain cases of teenage pregnancy?  I got a wake up call when I overheard a group of fourteen year olds vividly describing the Kama sutra. We are living in the information age. Information is always at our finger tips and sadly it doesn’t discriminate its recipients. It just opens up to whoever tries to access it. Teenagers are being given the puberty and sex talk by…

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