• Comprehensive Sex Ed In Schools: What Is “Age Appropriate?”

    A Kansas middle school recently garnered controversy for a classroom poster mentioning anal sex and sexual fantasies.

  • Sex Ed: Teaching Abstinence Is Not The Problem. “Only” Is.

    A new study suggests that the more abstinence-only sex ed is emphasized, the more likely the average 15-19 year-old girl will become pregnant.

  • New Study Raises More Questions About Abstinence-Only Sex Ed

    A new study released this week shows that comprehensive sex education programs help reduce teen pregnancies, while abstinence-only programs do not.

  • 1 in 4! STI Rates Highlight Importance Of (Actual) Sex Education

    If there was any time to pay attention to the importance of sex ed, the time is now. A new study found that 25% of teenage girls have had a STI.

  • Study Finds Abstinence-Only Sex Ed Not Effective

    A research study examining results of 13 abstinence-only education programs found that abstinence-only programs had "no significant effect" on risky behavior.