The debate "If you are not mature enough to raise a child you are not mature enough for sex" was started by
December 12, 2015, 10:54 pm.
9 people are on the agree side of this discussion, while 5 people are on the disagree side.
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curlyyxx, Legendary_kcv, WaspToxin, JesusIsGod, Band_Nerd_24 and 4 visitors agree.
sloanstar1000, Sosocratese, Wookie and 2 visitors disagree.
Pregnancy is not a necessary result of sex, nor does the maturity to engage in sex necessarily coincide with the maturity to have children. One must only be mature enough to consider the risks and consequences and be responsible enough to mitigate the risks. With protection, sex doesn't have to be only for people who want children. There are plenty of people who are mature enough to engage in sex yet don't want kids. The two are not necessarily linked.
We also have plan B pills in case a condom fails etc... worst case scenario, abortion or adoption are always options as well. You just have to be mature enough to be emotionally ready for sex, to know and mitigate the possible consequences, and to deal with possible consequences in a manner that fits you.