Kaiser Family Foundation/YM Magazine National Survey of Teens: Teens Talk about Dating, Intimacy, and Their Sexual Experiences – Report
A joint Kaiser Family Foundation/YM Magazine survey of teens, ages 13-18, on what kinds of sexual situations they face today, how they “negotiate” dating, sex, and intimacy, and what kind f information teens need. The findings from this survey are also reported on in the May issue of YM in a special section of the magazine that provides teens with a guide to sexual decision-making, including whether it is the right choice, contraceptive information, and the risks and consequences of sexually transmitted diseases. The survey was conducted by Princeton Survey Research Associates.
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