Don't do it, says Lady GaGa.
Not until you're 100% ready. Otherwise, hold off, because there's no need to rush.
In an interesting interview, GaGa was asked about her teen fans and how she feels about sex at that age. This is what she had to say:
"I think young kids should wait as long as they can before they have sex. And they should use protection from the first time to the last time. But I'm not afraid to talk about sex. Sex is not wrong. Sex is real life. I don't see sex to be a bad thing."
That's a very smart way to put it. So how does she explain the sexuality of her performances and songs when she wouldn't want teenagers to be pushed into sex before they're ready?
This is how:
"Sex is an inspiration for everyone and I don't think there is one song that's ever been written that sex wasn't part of it. So that's what makes the world go round. I don't know if threesomes make the world go round, but I suppose, they're fun."
Loving her music aside, we totally agree with this stance — about how music is sexually oriented no matter what in most cases, and that teens should definitely wait until they're perfectly ready (and then use protection every time).
It's all about education and making sure we're talking to our youth about things… especially things that are a very big part of life and will become inevitable situations!
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