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In The Life of A Horny Teenager

Updated on June 10, 2016

Currently I am engaged to be married. I have been engaged since December of 2015. I am planning to be married May of 2019. This does not mean I do not remember what it is like to be a teenager, and having all the emotions running through my mind.

In my life I have not slept with as many people as other people in my age range have. People think that sex is just a big joke now a days. They believe that they can do whatever they want with whoever they want, and there will be no consequences.

We started to be taught about safe sex in early middle school. As we got older the details started getting into more depth. Whatever we didn't learn from school, we heard from our friends that experienced more than we had, we googled, or we watched porn. We started exploring our bodies and most of us felt embarrassed because we didn't realize that all of us were doing the same things at the same time. We didn't realize that the popular girl sitting next to us was else learning about her body and was just ashamed as we were.

As we got into high school, sex was everywhere. Our parents, guardians, teachers, and family wanted to shield us from this as long as they could, but they couldn't. We were going to find out about sex, and all the different positions, and different foreplay that is used when doing sexual activities. We started to slowly learn about sexual toys and different kinds of sex. What turned us on, and what turned us off. We could try to be shielded all everyone wanted us to be, but we were never going to be shielded in a society where sex is all around.

Our parents biggest fear is that we would lose our innocence at too early of an age. That the worst could happen to us. We could get pregnant, or even contract STDs. They warn us about all the types of STDs and STIs. They try to scare us into not having sex, and at the beginning it works. Then as more and more of our friends are losing their virginity and you are becoming the odd one out, you want to do anything to fit in.

You meet a nice boy. He sweeps you off your feet and makes you feel important. You decide to let him have the one sacred part of your body. It all goes well, then he doesn't text back, or call, or avoids you in the halls. This happens to a lot of girls in high school. You think you have done something wrong, but in reality he is just an egotistical jerk, who got what he wanted to add another number to his list.

This list is the list that boys use to see who has the most game, and who is getting the most "tail." Not all boys are like this, but the ones that the girls fall for, are.


Sex should be safe, and with someone you want to spend the rest of your life with. It should be someone you have a special bond with.

Tell me about your high school experience with sex. Tell me your opinion about teens and sex these days. Give me feedback.

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      John Hansen 18 months ago from Queensland Australia

      This was an interesting and well written hub. I think teenagers today are a lot more sexually aware than when I was a teenager. That was before the Internet, so there was less access to information about sex. We only had very basic and infrequent sex education at school so most of what you learnt was from friends (who said they had done things) or from magazines. Welcome to HubPages.