Unformatted text preview: someone they liked but decided not to at the time. Three-quarters of teens say it is considered a "good thing to make a conscious decision not to have sex until some later time. Of the teens that do have sex only half of teens, whether they date or not, think their level of sexual experience is typical and a third think they have done less sexually than their friends including kissing, making out, fooling around, and possibly, sexual intercourse. Leaving only 13 percent to think that they are more experienced than their peers. The study provided insight into the minds of teens and showed that sex isn’t treated as lightly as some believe...
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- Fall '07
- Sexual intercourse, Human sexual behavior, Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation, Joshua Oberholtzer, Dr. David Dutwin Com