I'm not allowed jelly bracelets so I'm wearing elastic bands Rainbow: They are black and blue and for people who dont know what they mean, look here: We've listed some of the most common meanings for sex bracelet colors, submitted from sources across the U. Other tales of teenage sex parties have circulated at various times. According to the Daily Mail, parents were shocked and outraged by the pocket money "shag bands" worn by children as young as 8 and allegedly used to facilitate kissing games. These were popular among girls in the 10 - 13 years age range and schools clamped down on them because pupils were writing out copies of the licences in class time. In the UK in the s, ring-pulls were part of a different myth - that they could be collected to raise money for medical equipment. According to the Daily Mail "the most disturbing aspect of this craze - imposing a degree of sexuality on children at an age when they shouldn't even know it exists. The best way to make the bracelets uncool is for adults and teachers to wear them. If the kids wearing them want to attach silly labels to them, let them. Banning fashion accessories just because they've attracted a myth will just make youngsters more determined to find out what is being forbidden. All of those sites should be taken with a dose of salt, being extensions of schoolyard boasting. On 24th September Radio 4 and 25th September BBC News Wakefield MP Mary Creagh, a whip in the Department of Health, called for 16s to be banned from buying jelly bracelets sold in packs of 6 or 10 over concerns they represent different physical acts, including sexual behaviour. Im wearing 2 that I got from my friend. The New York Times reported that Angevine Middle School, Lafayette, Colorado emailed parents asking them to stop their children wearing coloured bracelets associated with sex games. In many playgrounds, children have invented their own meanings related to having a certain number of days' bad luck for snapping certain colours. In each case, the bans weren't due to actual sexual activity, but due to fear of sexualising children.