Why Has Teen Pregnancy Slowed? Stats on Generation Z

If you’re looking for good news, you might be surprised to find it in teen pregnancy trends. Since the 1990s, there has been a sharp decline in teen pregnancy. In fact, from 2008 to 2010, there was a 15 percent decline alone. There is clear indication of some major things slowing down the trend and below covers a few other factors to consider.… [Read more]

HIV/AIDS Prevention: Back to the Basics for Japan?

Since HIV/AIDS hit the surface of public consciousness in the 1980s, it has been frequently discussed and impressed upon the psyche of more than a generation’s worth of young people worldwide. As a member of this 1980s generation, I knew it was a problem that lurked about us, but I was at a loss for how to define or describe it.[Read more]

Sex and the Single Teen

Yet another state has yanked funding for Planned Parenthood due to the mistaken impression that all they do is provide abortions. One would think that Planned Parenthood is building an AbortionPlex, complete with waterslides and “Buy 9, Get Your 10th Abortion Free” card. What’s even more troubling? Some states are forcing public school districts to choose between abstinence-plus or abstinence-only education.… [Read more]