There is more of a chance of more sheltered kids getting pregnant then kids who's parents are a bit more lenient. So, in actuality, a parent who really doesn't freak out over things like curse words and clothing also won't freak out about contraception talks. And a kid who is allowed to explore their sexuality is more likely to know more when they're ready, and when they're not, and know how to tell their boyfriends "Eh, no not really interested" and not bothered with being pressured. So, it'd be more like.. *first panel* Oh my GOD SHE SAID A CURSEWORD AHHHHH! *second panel* OHH NOOO you can't listen to -that- kind of music! and don't move like that! *third panel* Look honey, I got you an ankle length skirt! *forth panel* BUUUT! I did everything right! DAMN YOU SOCIETY!
Sorry, but popping your "booty" and "bumping and grinding" and things like that aren't really dancing. It's trashy and goes along with being a teenage slut which would and could result in a teenage pregnancy.
Her name was Allie. She was home schooled by fanatical christian parents. When she was 17 they let her get a job at the diner i worked at back in high school. This chick had so much pent up frustration from being sheltered her entire life that when they finally let me take her out on her first date, we skipped the movie and spent the whole night fucking, no condom, every hole, one load swallowed, one load to the face.
Speaking as a single guy, overprotective mothers are just as good for my weird ass fetishes as absentee fathers. One makes little girls that are so angry at their parents they'll do just about anything to piss them off, one makes little girls that are so empty inside they feel they need to fill the hole with something. Either way, guys like me score epic wins.
I've never seen a professional study on this, but i've logged enough hours researching the matter that I could probably write one.
There are no magic parents out there. There is no magic way to be guaranteed your kids will do well or mess up. You do the best you can - raise them to respect themselves and you, be sure and be there for them, learn how to let go as they get older and make sure you keep communicating with them (which involves listening) - and in the end they'll make their own decisions.
You mean all of those kids who are pregnant right now are sheltered? Are you sure sheltering them caused them to pregnant? Or was it that they allowed some guy to stick their junk in because they were "exploring their sexuality"?
While getting pregnant at a young age isn't what anyone typically wishes for... getting pregnant doesn't make her a bad person or a whore. I thought we were past these kind of judgements. Sometimes all it comes down to is a decision or the condom breaking, and has nothing to do with how one was raised. And no, I've never been pregnant or had a pregnancy scare, so I actually am being objective.