Allowing prescriptions for under-aged girls to have access to contraceptives would provide an avenue to educate them about sex. When they go in for their prescription screening, parents and the doctor can openly talk about sex and the dangers involved in having it. That way the girl is educated about safe sex.
Allowing the prescription of contraceptives to under-aged girls could provide an opportunity to educate on the subject of sex. This is because of the fact that during the prescription process of the contraceptive there would be a window to be able to provide sexual education for the girl receiving the contraception.
Allowing the prescription of contraceptives to under aged girls can provide an opportunity to educate them on sex. Many young people today are not getting the proper education on sex, so adding in any way for them to receive that education will be a good thing so they do no contact STDs or get pregnant.
If minors are going to have sex, and that's pretty much a forgone conclusion, it would be much better to lessen the risk of teen pregnancy and teach them about contraception and sex. If that can be delivered in an informative and non-judgmental way, minors might learn things they need know to let them make better and safer choices regarding sex.
Contraceptives prescriptions provide a great way to educate young girls on sex. It will teach them responsibility. If they are too young to have children, they are able to enjoy the pleasures of sex with a person they love. I'm not saying that they should go out and have sex with everyone. However, it also give them a chance to learn when to and not to have sex.
It would be a really good time to educate about sex since we are giving them a means to have it safely. It would also be a time for the parents to step in and teach their daughter that just because they are on a contraceptive does not mean that they can be careless. It can teach them that they still need to be responsible
No, allowing the prescription of contraceptives for under-aged girls does not provide an opportunity to educate on sex, because it condones the behavior. To truly send the correct message to a young adult, they should be told that they unequivocally should not be having sex until they are an adult. The consequences at that age can be life-altering in drastically negative ways. Prescribing contraceptives only tells the young women their behavior is okay.