Sex addiction is already a major concern for mothers and fathers so imagine the consequences of sex addiction for teenage girls. These girls can barely work to stabilize themselves, most are unqualified to sustain their own health insurance and other bills, and many are too young and under developed to have children. Consequences for teenage girls involve pregnancy or wide-spread diseases. Many teenage girls become addicted to sex because of peer pressure or the incident of having sexual intercourse at an age too young for their maturity level. Sometimes their addiction could be caused by the desire for sex as pop culture portrays it. Sex addiction is not an addiction to sex or the extreme desire for it but the addiction to seek out to resolve one’s personal problems or to use it as an outlet for someone’s emotional needs. In fact many teenage girls who are addicted to sex do not really enjoy sex but feel comforted by masturbation or sexual intercourse.
Consequences for teenage girls jump around from getting pregnant at a young age to becoming a vessel of sexually-transmitted diseases (STD’s) which further spreads the diseases to every other sexual partner. Many teenage girls are not prepared to face the consequences of having a child. Many have to drop out of school or get into a drug-heavy lifestyle or even prostitution to compensate for their emotional and social instability.
The consequences of sex addiction for teenage girls are every girl’s nightmare. Having to leave their dreams shattered to compensate for their need for sex can ruin not just themselves but also their partners and their families. It is hard to face the consequences of sex addiction for teenage girls but it can be avoided by deeper involvement from parents. Research has shown that even up to age 14, parents are still the biggest influence in a child’s life. Mothers and Fathers must not be afraid to have frank and open discussions with their daughters (at an age appropriate level of course) on dark topics such as this one.