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What should a minor do if she wants to lose her virginity with her boyfriend of six months but her parents do not agree?


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She should probably start by getting a job.


You have already answered the question for yourself, but you seem to be looking for away to justify your decision to have sex, or at least get away with it.

It is good advice to at least listen to your parent's counsel on the matter, They should have your best interests at heart, and probably have a good deal of life experience that may cause them to feel uncomfortable about your decision.

You're a smart girl, don't let raging hormones dictate your actions, which you may regret later. Take your time, think and THEN make your choice.


Consider the fact that your parents may actually have some wisdom in their advice. Try to imagine what advice you'll give your daughter 20 years from now. Before you do that, try to imagine that you're a little more mature, have some real life experience, recognize the value of making a life for your daughter. Imagine what you'd try to say to her to get her listen and delay gratification until you can have a more traditional relationship.

Remember that parents aren't as stupid as you believe. Adolescents belive in their own superiority, but their belief comes from the relatively new and increasing levels of hormones. The simple reality is, physically there is little difference between humans and the animals. We and the animals experience much the same hormones. Animals just do what the hormones demand. Humans on the other hand have the ability to think, to prepare for their future, to invest in themselves.

You'll probably do whatever you want. You'll believe that you are superior to advice that anyone gives you, just likie you believe that the advice your parents give you is from a bunch of old people who don't have a clue. You'll use your own terminology to comply with whatever it is that you say to convince yourself that you are smarter than the older generation. You're wrong.