OK, now we are on a whole different topic. But I try to humor you and discuss this with you. First, sex is a biological imperative, gun handling isn't. Children and teenagers will sooner or later be looking to have sexual experiences and therfor it's important to prepare them, so they can make informed decisions about it. This doesn't mean that they are "trained". This doesn't mean that they can make decsisions on their own. Parents should participate and support their children by responsibilly helping them acting in a safe manner. You cannot train children, you can educate and support them. They will still make mistakes, since they are still humans and rather young and inexperienced ones. For gun handling that means parents have to teach their children how to use them safley, which has nothing to do with allowing children using firearms unsupervised. If gun use is part of the parents' culture it's their decision to include their children in this cultural element. If they decide so, they should to it in a way that doesn't endanger anyone. Leaving children alone without having guns locked away is asking for trouble. Remember, even educated and "trained" children make mistakes.