Teen sex experience project

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This is a subscriber-only event. Not a subscriber? Join at registration! That year, the survey found that It seemed obvious to many parents, public health experts, and educators that it was important to reduce these numbers to protect our kids. Over the next decade or so, the abstinence-only-until-marriage movement capitalized on this sentiment to bring what was essentially a religious message—sex outside of marriage is morally wrong—to our schools under the guise of preventing teen pregnancy.

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Click to talk to a trained teen volunteer. We recognize the need for an alternative sex education resource. This information should not only be available, but celebrated. We want to re-frame the sex that we have and the sex that we want to have as something positive. We want to see the kind of sex we have and want to have reflected in curriculum. We want to empower youth.

Queering Sexual Education

This project explored the ways in which states attempt to regulate consensual adolescent sexual behavior through criminal law. During in the summer of , Dr. Nan Stein looked at the ways in which states attempt to regulate consensual adolescent sexual behavior through criminal law. Taking the lead in this effort was Summer B. Zeh Wellesley College Class of , a then rising second-year student at Boston University School of Law and one of only twelve Rappaport Fellows for a competitive fellowship available to law students who show an interest in the intersection of public policy and law and who attend one of the six Boston area law schools.
In , the Teen Aware Project was a new endeavor that had only recently received funding by the Washington State legislature. Supervised and administered by Washington's Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction, the purpose of the project was to support and promote the development of teen-generated media campaigns focused on the subject of abstinence education. Schools and school consortiums throughout the state could apply and, if successful, receive grant funding to support middle and high school age youth in the development and production of their own abstinence-focused media campaigns.