Teen Sexuality and Dating

Your little boy or girl is growing up before your very eyes, and before you know it is talking about crushes, dating, and (gasp!) sex. What is a parent to do? When do you talk with your child about the developing body and sexuality? We have collected expert articles to help you deal with the daunting task of talking about sex.

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  • 11.

    Adolescent Sexual Activity

    The majority of adolescents in the United States have had sexual intercourse by the time they finish high school. Data...

    Source: Pearson Allyn Bacon Prentice Hall
  • 12.

    Teens and Dating

    Romantic Feelings of Teens: A Natural Process Teens face strong pressures to date, as well as get involved in a...

    Source: University of Florida IFAS Extension
  • 13.

    Sex Ed 101: How Much is Too Much?

    HB363, the piece of legislation recently vetoed in Utah, attempted to outlaw teaching anything but abstinence-only sex...

  • 14.

    Adolescence: The Four Questions

    Adolescence is filled with intellectual and emotional changes in addition to the major biological and physical changes...

    Source: University of Florida IFAS Extension
  • 15.

    Adolescent Sexuality

    Aspects of children’s sexuality may develop during early and middle childhood, but during adolescence their sexuality...

    Source: Pearson Allyn Bacon Prentice Hall
  • 16.

    Talking to Your Teen About Dating

    It's bound to happen: your little toddler grows up and the next thing you know she's a teenager. You'll need to have the...

  • 17.

    Helping Children Develop Healthy Sexual Behavior and Attitudes

    Introduction After seeing two teenagers kissing passionately in a park, your five year-old son looks up and asks you,...

    Source: NYU Child Study Center
  • 18.

    Can We Stop the Gay Bullying Epidemic?

    No longer an issue of harmless playground teasing, bullying can mean the difference between life and death--and it has...

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    The Development of Sexual Orientation

    Of course, in addition to the obvious physical changes of puberty, the natural outcomes of this process include...

    Source: Pearson Allyn Bacon Prentice Hall