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Top of the page. The ages from 15 to 18 are an exciting time of life. But these years can be challenging for teens and their parents. Emotions can change quickly as teens learn to deal with school, their friends, and adult expectations.
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Kaiser Study Says More Shows Depict Sex
Teens Report Peer Pressure to Have Sex
And rarely do these steamy moments include any reference to acting responsibly, according to a study by the Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation, in which researchers examined 1, programs that aired from October to March Prime-time TV viewers are being bombarded more frequently with sexual content than they were just two years ago, when Kaiser did its last study — and even then, television was anything but staid. The Kaiser Foundation says this is the largest-ever study of sexual content on TV.
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Growth and Development, Ages 15 to 18 Years
According to the page report, about one in 10 respondents said that sex without a condom occasionally is "not a big deal," USA Today reports. The report also found:. The study also found:. Promises Kept? We distribute our journalism for free and without advertising through media partners of all sizes and in communities large and small.
Get involved in our campaigns and help ensure young people's health and rights. Kaiser Family Foundation conducted a nationally representative survey of to year-old youth in the United States about sexual health communication between teens and their parents. Survey results dovetail with the findings of peer-reviewed research into parent-child communication. The survey hints at two important issues that other research also addresses: parents discussing condoms with their teens before young people initiate sexual intercourse and differences in parent-child communication that shortchange young men. A study of to year-old adolescents and their mothers underscores the importance of the timing of parent-child discussions about using condoms.