Teens and Sexual Relationships (research from my new Inquiry question)
I'm learning more about education right now, and in particular what I'm wondering about is: Why are we as the future generation not taking great interests in Math and Science? As I was reading in my Google Reader, a blog post, "Television Teens and Sexual Relationships," http://primetimetv.suite101.com/article.cfm/television_teens_and_sexual_relationships, Mar 11, 2009 , http://www.suite101.com/daily.cfm/2009-03-11, caught my attention because It was related to be one of the great restraint on education.
The sexual revolution hit almost half a century ago, but televisions seem to still treat sex as something shocking or tantalizing. Most so-called television dramas rely on storylines about love affairs, lost virginity, or unwanted pregnancy. Whether or not these stories actually increase ratings, series seem to use soap opera plots to jump on a soap box about the “right” of teens to have sex. For the parents who disagree with this viewpoint, few shows are respectful of there being a variety of viewpoints about sex." http://primetimetv.suite101.com/article.cfm/television_teens_and_sexual_relationships#ixzz0A18ftaTe"