English 102 - Argumentative Essay

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Watler 1

Brian Watler Jr
Patricia Ebanks
ENG 102
February 3, 2011

Perversion: intellectually transmitted

Sexual thoughts pop in and out of most people’s mind, but especially teenagers, and there’s nothing they can do about it. It is normal for teenage boys and girls to experience this, more than ever when they are hitting puberty. The hormones in the body begin to act up and teenagers want to experience other things on their own. Males begin to grow pubic and facial hairs, and their voice starts to deepen, while girls’ breasts begin to develop and their body begins to take shape. After hitting puberty, teenagers are now at the point where they want to experience things. ‚Don’t go out there and get pregnant‛ a mother
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It is better to inform them at an early age so that the child would not have a stronger desire to discover things by themselves. The world is filled with filthy men and women that children need to be protected from. Pornography should be mentioned to children, and what is the result of it. This act of viewing pornography should be viewed as infidelity. It is proven that most men and women that viewed pornography from an early age and dwelled on the filthy thoughts have become rapists. Why did he or she view pornography? His or her parent allowed them to have a computer in their room. Why would parents allow something as unwise as this? I understand that most teenagers have homework to do, and even research, but they should not have a computer in his or her room. The adults failed to mention why it was wrong and that it could possibly make them into rapists in the future by viewing pornography. They allowed easy access to filth at the click of a button. Maybe the child will still want to view pornography even after you speak about it. This in fact has a little truth to it, but as long as you mention the effects of it, the child is likely to turn away at a young age. Why keep such