Adolescents’ Reported Consequences of Having Oral Sex Versus Vaginal Sex

@article{Brady2007AdolescentsRC,
  title={Adolescents’ Reported Consequences of Having Oral Sex Versus Vaginal Sex},
  author={Sonya S. Brady and B. Halpern-Felsher},
  journal={Pediatrics},
  year={2007},
  volume={119},
  pages={229 - 236}
}
OBJECTIVE. The present study examined whether adolescents’ initial consequences of sexual activity differ according to type of sexual activity and gender. METHODS. Surveys were administered to 618 adolescents recruited from 2 public high schools in the autumn of ninth grade (2002) and at 6-month intervals until the spring of tenth grade (2004). Analyses were limited to the 275 adolescents (44%) who reported engaging in oral sex and/or vaginal sex at any assessment. Participants were 14 years of… Expand
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