Let’s talk about (teenage) sex, baby

  1. Let’s talk about (teenage) sex, baby 

     According to new data released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, there’s been an “overall decrease in the prevalence of ever having had sexual intercourse during 2005-2015” and “nationwide, the proportion of high school students who had ever had sexual intercourse decreased significantly overall and among 9th and 10th grade students, non-Hispanic black (black) students in all grades, and Hispanic students in three grades.”

    Sex education at school could play another role in decreasing the amount of sex kids are having. The National Center for Biotechnology Information reports, “States that taught comprehensive sex and/or HIV education and covered abstinence along with contraception and condom use … [abstinence-plus] tended to have the lowest teen pregnancy rates” and as of 2016, 37 states require abstinence education be provided.

    Washington Examiner

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