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Depending on who you ask, a one-night stand can be a defining moment in one’s life or it can fall in the category of life’s biggest regrets. Just like anything else in life there is always two sides of a spectrum and unfortunately if you are a male or female you have been on both sides — unless you are saving yourself for marriage then kudos to you. Being the male that I am it leads me to believe that one-night stands are not that bad after all. Just hear me out.
I got a rose last Valentine’s Day like so many other women. My rose was not from someone special, though. It was from the clinic where I got tested for chlamydia and gonorrhea, the two most common sexually transmitted diseases, according to Planned Parenthood.
There were 305,388 babies born to U.S. mothers ages 15–19 in 2012, and according to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC,) ironically enough, this rate has continually declined in recent years. The trend could be the result of MTV’s “Teen Mom,” or “Mean Girls’” Regina’s mother (Amy Pohler,) style parenting regarding sex; “Can I get you guys anything? Some snacks? A condom?”
Sex is good. Sex is incredible. Sex feels incredible, or so I am told. I would not know because I am waiting until marriage to find out.
Everywhere we look we can see it. Public displays of affection (PDA) have always been a part of our society when it comes to relationships.
What is on my mind at the moment is sex outside of marriage.
The definition of the death penalty by Google is a punishment of execution, administered to someone legally convicted of a capital crime.
When some people think of the cost behind the death penalty, they think that it is cheaper than life imprisonment due to the fact that only one bullet is needed or just a needle shoved into the arm to kill somebody.
It is 2000. The year of Y2K, Backstreet’s Back, and Nintendo’s Game Cube.
It is one of the topics in the United States that always receives mixed reviews.
Is making someone walk the plank for their crimes possibly one step too far?
What is on my mind at the moment is my indecisiveness toward the death penalty.