More power to you. In the magazine's view, if teens are doing it, considering doing it, or being pressured by a partner to do it, then the responsible thing is to give them all the tools they need to do so as safely as possible. But this vision of young people ignores the majority who are not sexually active. It also ignores the overwhelming majority of teens who express support for postponing sex, along with a desire for more encouragement for that decision. Instead of giving them that support, content like this Teen Vogue article leaves teens with the mistaken impression that most of their peers are sexually active, which, as a recent Harvard study found, can put a lot of pressure on young people. Not surprisingly, the news that more sexually active teens today are using contraception generated a good bit of media attention.
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By Susan Daly Thursday 3 Mar , 6: Why is it decreasing? Some experts say an emphasis on abstinence may have played a role. Some say concern about sexually spread diseases may have been a factor — perhaps instilled by parents who watched the AIDS crisis unfold. Still others suggest this is a generation of kids who are less inclined to experiment with drugs and sex than their predecessors. The study, released today, is based on interviews of about 5, young people, ages 15 to
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They taught girls the proper way to tease hair and cut bangs and helped us keep up with our favorite bands, T. On what some might have called the edgier side, we read about certain hygiene products or how to manage cramps. Good-bye to those days.