The report on teenage sexual activities released Wednesday found that the rate of teenagers having sex has declined slightly from the last report released in 2002, but this change was not substantial.It follows an overall trend of decline in teenage sex in the last 20 years.It is a federal republic and a representative democracy.
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42% - males 15-19, who’ve never been married, who have had sexual intercourse at least once This percent was based on 2,378 males surveyed.
Unlike the females, the racial differences in teenage sexual experiences are still present.
Teenagers do not fear warts and bodily havoc caused by sexually transmitted diseases.
The ones who abstain from sex are more worried about the wrath of God.The most common method was condoms at 68% followed by the pill at 16%.For male teenagers, 85% reported using contraception at their first intercourse, also with condoms as the most popular method.Teens raised in families with two parents are 35% more likely to have sex during ages 15 to 19.18% - girls who had their first sexual intercourse under the age of 14 who didn’t want it to happen At the same time, 30% of the teens who had sex before they turned 14, said they wanted the intercourse to happen. 78% - female teenagers who used a contraceptive during their first sexual experience These methods include condoms, hormonal pills, emergency contraception and patches.“Black teenagers had significantly higher percentages sexually active (38%) compared with both Hispanic (30%) and non-Hispanic white (25%) teenagers,” according to the report.