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I read it and I don't believe it. A Swiss company has put up for sale condoms for 12-year-olds old. This measure is a response to a study of the Swiss Federal Commission on Youth and Childhood, which reveals that sexually active children between the ages of 12 and 14 do not use a condom because they consider it too big for them.
Both information and training are the best way to prevent difficult situations. But would you give your 12 year old a condom?
As reported by the newspaper The Telegraph, condoms have a extra small size (XXS) and are sold under the name "Hotshot". But the question is, would you buy it for your 12-year-old son? I think it is one thing to educate and talk to children about sexuality, to prevent unwanted pregnancy and sexually transmitted diseases.
Is a 12-year-old boy old enough to have sex? Not growing up too early? I think that at this age a child is not psychologically formed nor is he mature enough to have a sexual relationship. It's a boy! In my position as a mother, I think that children, at this age, should focus on studies, playing games, going out with their friends, playing sports ... uff ... there is so much to do!
I have the impression that we are going too fast in everything, in the idioms, in wearing heels or not, in raising the length of the skirt or not, in giving or not kissing on the mouth, etc. It cannot be denied that 12-year-old boys and girls are already immersed in a world practically without borders: television, school with countless companions, newsstands ... and that all this coincides with a stage in that hormonal changes increase your interest and curiosity about sex.
But from there to having sex, it seems too long a step, right? Would you really give a 12 year old a condom?
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