Abstinence (for Teens) - KidsHealth - teen abstinence day


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Abstinence is choosing not to have sex. A person who has been having sex can still choose abstinence to prevent pregnancy and sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) in the future. Someone practicing complete abstinence does not have any type of intimate sexual contact, including oral.

Each and every day in the United States, some 10 000 teens contract a sexually transmitted disease [1], 2400 get pregnant [2], and, tragically, 55 contract human .

Abstinence-only sex education is once again being called to the witness stand. Despite record lows in teenage pregnancy, the US still has some of the administration, that steady stream of money continues to this day.