Sex tips for teenage girls
Here's what to look for if you want to have sex:
1) Look for a boy who trash-talks his parents or blames them for the rules and curfews (i.e. "My stupid parents want me home by 11 pm" —an irresponsible blaming badmouthing communication). In other words, if you are aware of a perpetration/deceit between a boy and his parents (indicative of disrespect) then you know that he will disrespect your relationship with your parents; you will be able to con him into conning both sets of parents so as to have sex behind their backs; worse, he will non-verbally con you into deceiving your parents rather than insisting that you both discuss your intimacy urges with both sets of parents first. Eventually you will unconsciously set it up for him to deceive you. A boy who will have sex without first introducing you to his parents has been trained, like yourself, to deceive his parents.
2) Look for a boy who doesn't hug his parents, especially his father. If his father is emotionally bound-up (a virtual walking withhold who's clearly uncomfortable talking about sex) then there is unacknowledged non-verbalized fear in the relationship between them—such that hugging his father has become uncomfortable. This means he will search for anyone who will hug ("love") him as his parents used to. Note: The love that most teens profess for each other is not love. Love can't exist in a space occupied by deceit, in a relationship in which there is deceit with ones parents. Such "love" is body-chemically induced, as opposed to love that is generated through open, honest, and spontaneous communication with zero significant thoughts withheld between them.
3) Look for a boy who won't take no for an answer, one whom you know will disregard your "No, please stop." A boy whom you know will provide you with your first alcohol/drugs.
4) Look for a boy whose parents have trained him to be clueless. You know you've got a winner if he, like yourself, will not, before the first intimacy between you, bring up the subject of who pays for what in the event of an "accidental" pregnancy; this reveals that he is a con ripe for the karma generated by cons and deceptions. You will be able to con him into "accidentally" impregnating you so that you don't have to study for a profession. If you were to ask him how much it costs to raise a child the very first year (including hospital fees) and then through to age 18, he would, like yourself, not have a clue.
5) Look for a boy whose parents haven't insisted that he first bring you home to meet them. A responsible parent will insist upon a sit-down birds-and-bees talk with both teens, discussing who pays for what in the event of an "accidental" pregnancy.
6) Look for a boy who won't insist upon dutch-treat, one who thinks that you might not go out with him unless he pays for it. Better still, look for a "bad" boy that your close friends advise against dating him.
7) Look for a boy who doesn't inspire you to share all of your thoughts, especially life's perpetrations; one with whom you can easily hide one or more deal-breaking thoughts from him. Such a boy is always withholding one or more significant thoughts from you.
8) Look for a boy who thwarts his teachers, who doesn't follow instructions, who misbehaves; such a boy is more likely to have an accident with a condom, and who probably won't tell you if he see that sperm has seeped out at the top of the condom.
Note: No matter what you have been told there are no "accidental pregnancies."
A girl who operates with integrity, one who has no intention of becoming pregnant, simply doesn't con a boy (set him up) to impregnate her. All girls know that some boys will not handle a pregnancy responsibly and ethically. Stated responsibly: Most girls know that they do not have the leadership-communication skills to support a boy in handling pregnancy responsibly—through to age 18.
Note: All divorced couples withheld one or more significant thoughts from each other on their first date. (There are no exceptions to this entanglement phenomenon).
Note: Most fathers are not in-communication with their sons, they've become stuck doing their imitation of communication with everyone in the family. Such a son will search for "love" because he's not experiencing the love that he used to as a child. I believe this is because most fathers, when they were teens never knew how to get into communication with teenage boys, never learned how to be comfortable talking with boys, so, as a teen on a date they simply drew a girl closer so as to have sex rather than engage is respectful relationship communications. Therefore, they don't know how to communicate with their own teenage boy.
Gabby is not at all against teen intercourse. True intercourse is characterized by open, honest, and spontaneous communication—zero significant withholds, between the couple and both sets of parents.
Last edited 2/3/18