Pregnancy can occur as a result of sexual intercourse.
Pregnancy can be confirmed by a test.
Abstinence means choosing not to have sexual intercourse.
Sexual activity should never be forced or make individuals feel uncomfortable.
Pressuring or forcing someone to engage in sexual activity has serious adverse moral, social, and legal consequences.
Self-control is a necessary virtue.
It is important to think clearly before giving consent to anything that may have long-term physical, emotional, or social consequences.
Different types of artificial birth control available in Canada can have varying levels of effectiveness and risks.
Sexual activity can expose individuals to the risk of sexually transmitted infections, which can be incurable.
Some birth control measures can lower the risk of sexually transmitted infections.