What percentage of US teens (15-17) are having sex?
Most people will say over 50%, if not 75%.
They are wrong.
According to CDC data gathered from 2006-2010, almost 75% of US teens (15-17) had not had sex. (73% of females, 72% of males) This means that the sex education (mostly abstinence education) they received in schools across the nation prior to 2011 had a positive impact on their decisions NOT to have sex, even into high school.
This data also indicated that the TEEN PREGNANCY CRISIS for this age group was, and still is, a media hoax perpetrated by the Planned Parenthood Sex Ed Networks and the Sexual Rights Coalitions to drum up support and funding for more and more sexual foreplay education in our schools.
And, it has worked.
If your state, county or school district has data indicating a higher percentage of students (15-17) are having sex compared to the nation, then you need to ask some questions:
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