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Chris Fane's Student Ministry News

A youth ministry blog consisting of a collection of articles and notes related to
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Teen Girls Discuss Their Sex Lives

FROM: ABC NEWS PRIMETIME

Is Oral Sex Really Sex, and How Do Boys Use Sex Against Girls?

May 17, 2006 — What happens when 14 teenage girls get together for a sleepover?

Naturally, they tell secrets about their lives, and some talk about their first sexual experiences.

"I didn't really like the person that I lost my virginity to," said Tiffany, one of the girls at the sleepover. "I'm kind of shaky about it. He really started ignoring me. And I was just, 'What the heck is your problem?' And then we got in a fistfight, and we stopped talking for seven months."

Watch "Primetime" Thursday, May 18, at 10 p.m. ET for more on teens and sex. On Thursday on ABCNEWS.com, we'll have the second part of this story on what parents really know about their teens' lives.

"Primetime," along with Seventeen magazine, recruited a group of girls to participate in a sleepover to talk about what sex means in their lives. Their parents also participated, by joining the group later to see what their daughters had said.

The parents said that, for the most part, they had an open relationship with their children and talked about sex.

According to an ABC News poll, about 90 percent of parents nationwide say they've spoken to their teens about sex. Only half of their teens agree. So whatever parents think is "the sex talk," it doesn't seem to register with their kids.

Atoosa Rubenstein, Seventeen's editor, says girls today are forced to grow up faster than in the past.

"Everybody always wants to be accepted by boys," Rubenstein said. "And everything is accelerated and more intensive. But I don't think it's any different than when we were younger and we wanted boys to like us. It's just today boys are asking them to do things that just weren't part of the picture back then."

>>READ THE REST OF THE REPORT HERE

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