We asked our YW to write down an anonymous question about chastity several days before our combined lesson. Many of their questions were related to the common concern, "What exactly are we allowed to do and not allowed to do?" Although this question may not be the right one to ask (i.e. we hope that our children will stay far away from the limits and not get caught in the trap of thinking they can get dangerously close to the limits and still be okay), it is important for our youth to receive clear answers. The pilot analogy was my attempt to bring some clarity to their sincere questions.
Sources used for "THE PILOT ANALOGY": For the Strength of Youth , 35-37. "What exactly is a sexual transgression?" New Era, July 2013. Graphics: lds.org/youth/video/chastity-what-are-the-limits. "We Believe in Being Chaste," Ensign, May 2013, 41-44, or lds or lds.org/go/73Chaste).