If this was remotely true, sexual transmittable diseases and teen pregnancies wouldn't be rampant in areas where contraceptives were hard to obtain and abstinence was preached. The idea of denying access to contraceptives might dissuade a couple of people from engaging in sex, but it's much more likely to cause a lot more people to experience the negative consequences of sex. At sixteen, my entire class were taught how to roll a condom properly on styrofoam phalluses, there were bowls of condoms at the youth clinic we were sent to that we could grab if we wanted, and we were told that if we needed to we could always come back. And it did not result in everyone jumping into bed with each other. Those who were already going to have sex had sex safely and the rest continued not having sex.what I was saying was, people shouldn't be having sex if they don't understand and are not prepared for the consequences. so increasing the availability and access to these products will only encourage people to have sex casually and from that, comes the increased possibility of an accidental pregnancy. thats why we shouldn't go staring to just producing more easily accessible contraceptives and such because it encourage people to think before engaging in sexual activity. you see what im saying?