Across the United States and worldwide, MSM continue to be a group disproportionately affected by STDs and HIV, but we still need better data and better tools to guide prevention efforts.
This article is part two in a series on facts and realities of teen sexual behavior in the United States. Here, we take an even closer look at what the data in a recent report is telling us about teen sexual behavior.
New data suggest there are more “teen virgins.” Are there? Well….kind of…..
Oral sex and head and neck cancer, Baltimore CPC law is struck down, parental notification in New Mexico, making judicial bypass harder on teens, and a cosponsor of the “it’s not rape unless you’re forced” bill says they didn’t mean it that way.
It’s important to take a good, honest look at what you both want and need, what you both are and are not interested in sexually, and then to make some choices.
A survey from the Kinsey Institute tackles the murky, but vital, question of What Is Sex? and the answers underscore how changeable our definitions may be.
If all we do with a partner is what feels good to us and what we want, and deny that partner everything which could feel good to them, we’re not really having partnered sex: we’re using that partner as a masturbation aid, and that’s not cool.
Natural or manufactured, old or new, you get to decide what does and doesn’t work for you, what you are and are not comfortable with, what you do and don’t like.