teen sexuality

For Gen Z, gender isn't the boundary it once was.
Studies reveal that teens who share open conversations about sex are more likely to delay sexual activity, and practise safer sex. Here are some things that parents can do to ensure your teenager comes to you first - at least in difficult times.
These writers don’t idealize puberty and the sometimes scary years that follow.
Horror movies are some of our most striking portraits of adolescence.
A South Pasadena high school student is encouraging her fellow classmates to join the campaign to cover up. Simmons went
If your kid is going to come out to you, it should happen in his or her own time, and in his or her own way. Then say what you would want to hear, 'I love you.' Not 'I love you anyway,' but 'I love you.'
My mother was about to give me the sex talk — complete with a metaphor about jamming a key into a keyhole — when I quickly
More than 20 years later, I don't often think about what happened on that spring night. But it's stayed with me anyway and comes back in my dreams, especially when I start to date to someone.
If teens are ready to have oral (or any other) sex, then we, as a society, need to do our utmost to help them recognize that "being ready" means more than just understanding the mechanics or being afraid of STDs.
The amount of sex kids see in movies could influence their sexual behavior later in life, a new study says. By: MyHealthNewsDaily