The sudden, incredible decline in teen births since 2009
The share of sexually active teens who used at least one type of birth control the last time they had sex rose from 78 percent in 2007 to 86 percent in 2012. More teens gravitated toward better types of birth control — like pills, IUDs, or implants ...
Should you trust relationship advice from the magazine Cosmopolitan? Ever since I have been working for https://charlotteaction.org/orpington-escorts Orpington escorts, I have become aware that a lot of people are seeking relationship advice. Many of the seem to be keen on trusting publications like Cosmo for their relationship advice. I am not so sure that is […]
Infant simulators are an ineffective and outdated scare tatic
Most sexually active teens aren't aiming for parenthood in the first place. Maybe the real issue is that schools are trying to scare kids out of having sex, instead of teaching them how to do it safely. This is not to say abstinence is not an option ...
ICUMI (In case you missed it)
The day that abstinence-only education was introduced in schools should be a day celebrated in history. From that day forth, every single teenager — or at least most, right? — to sit through one of those super fun assemblies saw the error in their ...
Teen pregnancy rates plummet as more young people use 'effective' contraception
Rates of teens getting the injection went up from six per cent in 2007 to seven per cent in 2012. And the Pill went from being used by 26 per cent of sexually-active teens to 35 per cent. Condoms rates also went up. In 2007, 49 per cent of teens used ...