No eBook available Penguin. A top editor at major teen magazines for more than a decade, Sabrina Weill has earned the trust of teens nationwide. Through thousands of letters, e-mails, and interviews, and now in an exclusive nationwide survey, teens have revealed to her their questions, fears, and concerns about what really goes on at parties, at school, before parents get home from work, online, and elsewhere. Here, Weill reveals what teens have told her-and offers parents and others insights into how to communicate with young people so they'll listen, open up, and think before they act.
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The NEW Teen Sex Epidemic | instalacionesmino.com
The National Center for Health Statistics, a division of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, released data today that revealed an overall decrease in oral sex among adolescents between and , reflecting a similar small decline in vaginal intercourse within the same age group. A drop in oral sex was seen among females, but the numbers of males engaged in the behavior was the same. Experts said two-thirds of all youth between the ages of 15 and 24 had had an experience with oral sex, risky behavior that the federal government said is contributing to the spread of sexually transmitted diseases. The data came from 6, interviews among young adults from to
CDC report on teen oral sex trends sparks calls for better education
Word has it that eighth-graders are having oral sex in the dugout behind the middle school — during recess. Or, the talk is of kids Or, the talk is of kids dodging into bushes for hanky-panky on the walk home. And in some areas, kids are rumored to be having oral-sex parties when parents are away. Their tales of purported trysts are echoed at PTA meetings, on the bleachers and in the supermarket aisles, as alarmed parents grill each other for details.
The popular notion that teenagers who are not ready for intercourse are experimenting with oral sex en masse is being challenged by new data released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Teenagers are about as likely to engage in oral sex before intercourse as they are to have intercourse first, according to the National Survey of Family Growth. While slightly under half of to year-olds have had vaginal sex — 44 percent of boys, 47 percent of girls — only about 16 percent of girls and 15 percent of boys from that age group engaged in oral sex first, according to the data. An additional 7 percent of girls and 10 percent of boys reported having oral sex but never vaginal sex. Over all, 49 percent of boys and 48 percent of girls ages 15 to 19 have engaged in oral sex, according to the data.