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…..
A new National Health Statistics Report suggests more youth are waiting to engage in sexual activity than were 5 years ago. What does this new data mean for our work?
The lead-up to sex for newlyweds who wait for marriage is SO huge, unrealistic expectations–to be a “good” wife or a “good” husband, or have sex as some sort of duty– can create even more stress.
I often get questions from women in South Asia or the Middle East concerning virginity “status” in relation to their culture. Here are a number of such questions and the answers to them.
What do you call it when someone asks the same question over and over again hoping to get a different answer? Pressure.
There has been little scientific research on the incidence of bleeding after first intercourse, and it doesn’t have any real medical relevance.
You do not lose your virginity from masturbation. Nor does a woman lose her virginity because she’s sexually excited, touches her own anatomy or talks about sex with others.
It may not escape some of the conservative currents that inform vampire stories, but True Blood does a good job of scrambling and subverting them.