Oral sex among adolescents: is it sex or is it abstinence?

  title={Oral sex among adolescents: is it sex or is it abstinence?},
  author={Lisa Remez},
  journal={Family planning perspectives},
  volume={32 6},
  • Lisa Remez
  • Published 2000 in Family planning perspectives
Family Planning Perspectives p a red with private households, become even more inflamed when the questions go into behaviors “beyond” intercourse. Another reason is the federal government’s reluctance to sponsor such cont roversial re s e a rch into the full range of noncoital behaviors among adolescents.* For example, the highly charged political debate in 1992 over federal financing of c o m p rehensive sexuality studies had a chilling effect on adolescent sexuality res e a rc h .1 The Senate… CONTINUE READING


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