Parent-Child Communication Programs Helping Parents Become Knowledgeable and Comfortable as Sex Educators Research has found that good parent-child communication around sexuality has many positive effects for teens — including helping them protect their own sexual health. Good parent child communication leads to better contraception use and lower sexual risk behaviors. Studies show, however, that many parents face challenges in being prepared to have discussions with young people about relationships, development and sex. Many parents themselves do not have the information that young people need, or if they do, find it difficult to talk to young people: But science-driven, skills-based programs exist which can support parent-child communication: The programs are sponsored by a variety of organizations and religious groups.
MTV's ‘Virgin Territory': Teens Debate Saving Sex for Later
Saving Sex for Later: an evaluation of a parent education intervention.
Perspect Sex Reprod Health. Saving Sex for Later: Initiation of sexual intercourse prior to high school is prevalent among inner-city black and Hispanic youths, and has multiple negative health and social consequences. A promising strategy for addressing early adolescent sexual activity is parent education that addresses normal pubertal changes and the challenges of becoming a teenager. A randomized trial to test the effectiveness of Saving Sex for Later, a parent education program presented on three audio CDs, enrolled families with fifth- and sixth-grade students in seven New York City schools. Parent and youth surveys were conducted at baseline and three months postintervention. Multivariate logistic and linear regression analyses were performed to assess relationships between youth and parent outcomes and treatment condition.
By behave responsibly you mean deny human nature. That's the direct cause of the perversion in the world. Perverts didn't make sex dirty, religion did, and perverts are the result. Just look at the Catholic church.