The Drinking Age Should Remain 21 and not Be Lowered to 18
Teenagers will do just about anything to fit in with the "popular" crowd. Drinking and partying are both viewed as cool or popular in the eyes of some teenagers. What does a teenage party consist of? Well, it will usually take place in a house with no parental supervision, along with members of both sex, and a lot of alcohol. The teens may then engage in drinking games such as beer pong, flip cup, quarters, presidents and A-holes, to name a few. As time passes trouble begins. The girls may become more vulnerable to sexual activity than if they were sober. Some kids may become very sick and could possibly acquire alcohol poisoning. And to top it all off, others may get behind the wheel of a car and attempt to drive home. These are just a few of the problems that arise from underage drinking.
It is often argued by teens that the drinking age is too high.
- Is a Total Ban of Drinking - the Only Way to Reduce the Rising Number of Road/traffic Accidents?
- Lowering the Drinking Age
- The Drinking Age Should Remain 21 and not Be Lowered to 18
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