Unplanned pregnancy is probably the most feared consequence of sex for young teenage women. But it is definitely not the wost. There are many ways of trying to control pregnancy the main method of preventing pregnancy is the use of a contraceptive, (e.g. condom or "the pill".
The oldest illustrations of a condom date back 3,000 years ago. Rubber condoms were first made in 1844. A condom has and probably will never be 100% safe, although many young teenagers think they are and suffer the many consequences because of it. (e.g. unwanted pregnancy)
Another method for preventing pregnancy is the pill. The pill was first approved by government in 1960. Most people welcomed the pill and thought it was a good idea. It improved many peoples control over family planning but still the pill did and does not work 100% of the time. It also made some women quite sick.
In the long run being a teenage parent will affect you while trying to find a lifetime relationship. The man or women will know that you have given yourself to someone else before them and that could change their mind about you. Over all the concept of safe sex is a stupid one as there is really no such thing.
What is sex?
Sex is a thing that two people do in a relationship to show their love to each other and it is also the production of life. But sometimes teenagers get the idea that they should become sexually active. This has many side effects such as, unplanned teen pregnancy, STD's and a major mix of emotions.
Teenagers can get the idea that they should become sexually active from many different places. There is pornographic videos, pictures on the web and magazines. Many teenagers get the idea...