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Virginity test for high school entry

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  • Alia
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    Originally posted by kim& mika View Post
    Maybe we should have a poll, for our Indonesian readers on the forum asking current age and when they lost their virginity.......then again maybe not as Fred is bound to want to join
    Ok Kim, start the poll, I'll answer it.

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  • K&M
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    Maybe we should have a poll, for our Indonesian readers on the forum asking current age and when they lost their virginity.......then again maybe not as Fred is bound to want to join

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  • Nimbus
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    I find it hard to believe myself. Indonesian society has become more liberal, but I rather doubt it's THAT liberal. Still, I don't have data nor personal knowledge to counter the survey.

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  • K&M
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    Lies, damm lies and Indonesian politics, or so the saying goes

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  • mattyboy43
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    Originally posted by gffgold View Post
    I don't buy it. I teach junior and senior high kids in a religiously neutral school and I don't believe those figures. My senior students don't believe the figures either - we discussed it in class and they said those questioned were obviously having a bit of fun with the questionaires.
    [FONT=Tahoma][SIZE=3]Completely agree with GFF, had the discussion this morning after reading the thread with my 20 grade 10 students and they said there is no way those numbers are right. I would also consider my students to be some of the more 'at risk' type of kids as they all have access to money with little or no parental supervision. We have three 'couples' in the class that have been dating for a while, know lots of kids from both National and International schools and they said there is no way; it is probably closer to around 20%.[/SIZE][/FONT]

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  • t___c
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    Is this a job advert ??? .......Ok I'll do it ......... what sort of money is involved .......... guess I'll find the cash somewhere

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  • gffgold
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    I don't buy it. I teach junior and senior high kids in a religiously neutral school and I don't believe those figures. My senior students don't believe the figures either - we discussed it in class and they said those questioned were obviously having a bit of fun with the questionaires.

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  • Nimbus
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    Originally posted by Mas Fred View Post
    From the link.


    94% have never kissed but 70% have spread their legs. Hmmmmmmm
    Something fishy here and it's not the taste of the non virgin's naughty bits.
    What's fishy is the translation, 93.7 percent have kissed.

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  • Mas Fred
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    From the link.
    Other results of the survey, 93.7 percent were junior high and high school students never do a kiss, 21.2 percent junior high teens claimed to have abortions, and 97 percent of middle and high school teens had seen the film forno.
    94% have never kissed but 70% have spread their legs. Hmmmmmmm
    Something fishy here and it's not the taste of the non virgin's naughty bits.

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  • Nimbus
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    Originally posted by Mas Fred View Post
    62% sudah shagged?

    I can't see it. In the cities there will be a higher number but not in the villages.
    Komnas Perlindungan Anak (National Committee for Child Protection) didn't say where they conducted the survey.
    http://edukasi.kompas.com/read/2010/....Tidak.Perawan

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  • Mas Fred
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    62% sudah shagged?

    I can't see it. In the cities there will be a higher number but not in the villages.

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  • Raclette
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    does virginity now property of the government?

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  • Nimbus
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    Ok, after some digging I found that he didn't propose virginity test as a prerequisite to enter junior high. He wants to make it mandatory for non virgins to attend counseling. His concern is sparked by the survey saying 62% of junior high school girls are not virgins.

    I am not comfortable with the idea of 15 year olds (or younger) having sex, but I think he has the wrong approach.

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  • 83cece83
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    Originally posted by waarmstrong View Post
    I wonder is Pak Bambang plans to compile a DPR page candidate list from the rejects?
    aha!! "candidate list"

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  • K&M
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    maybe someone should ask if he was a virgin when he entered senior high school, and why only applicabale to women?
    Are women second hand citizens in Indonesia?

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