On Get Real!, Heather talks to a young woman wondering when it’s the “right time” to have sex to keep guys interested.
Two new television shows warn against teen pregnancy, but don’t explain how teens can prevent it.
House leaves 2006 loophole open allowing rise of birth control for students and low-income women, TIME asks if pro-choice women will back anti-choice McCain, Many British schools offer sexual health services.
The take-home message from the teen pregnancy boom in Gloucester is clear: we must be prepared to talk openly and honestly about sexuality with our ‘tween and teen children.
Teenagers want doctors’ help with birth control and STD prevention. But very few of us provide it.
New research suggests that teens aren’t using oral sex as a substitute for sexual intercourse. Now our challenge is to develop programs addressing the reality of teen sexual behavior rather than speculating over the myth of “technical virginity.”
Both young men and young women in Zambia are under pressure to engage in multiple sexual relationships. For men, it’s due to norms of masculinity, and for women, it’s due to economic hardship.
UK abortion limit unchanged, Virgina abortion law unconstitutional, Clinton on misogyny and Dr. Rayne takes issue with Guttmacher study.
Journalism professor Gigi Durham talks to T.M. Lindsey about the media messages hitting teen girls, teen sexuality, and “Grand Theft Auto.”
Heather Corinna brings Scarleteen’s popular sexual health advice column to RH Reality Check! This week, in honor of Sexual Assault Awareness Month, she talks to a young women who was forced to have sex.