No I don't think they should lower it it's fine as it is however, more money needs to be spent on what would be the police cash for searching the new legislation up to introducing more sex education in our schools.
I went to what was once a respectable Church of England Secondary school, and down the road was a not so respectable school which they didn't tird degree you to get into.
The other school was taught lots of sex education as they were thought of as group that would resort to it and ours was taught none whatsoever.
Half of my year are now parents, there were three in the other school from my year...now...what does that say?
One MP out of 659, and all of a sudden it's the government. How ignorant are people when it comes to our political system?
yeah it is about tightening laws, the woman that was campaigning for it was a journalist.
As it stands underage sex for girls is illegal, whereas there is no age of consent for guys. The government want to change that and as well as sex anything from kissing to 2nd and 3rd base is an offence for under 16 year olds, which I have to say is bloody stupid...
Nope, I was in that position myself once (though I must point out I was 17) anyway, I had to go and ask my friend what to do about it. We hadn't even been told the location of our FPC in the town we went to school. When I went there they asked what secondary school had I attended and they guessed before I had even said it because although they had people coming in from both schools, the other school were coming in BEFORE they had sex whereas my school were coming in after.
She told me at 2pm, they had opened at 12 and she had already seen 15 people from my school with my problem in 2 hours....which was probably illegal but she didn't name any names so maybe not...I have wised up a lot since then and I am joining a campaign to make sex education mandatory.