Sex education and adolescence in Europe
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Sex education and adolescence in Europe sexuality, marriage, and the family by MikoЕ‚aj Kozakiewicz

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Published by International Planned Parenthood Federation, Europe Region in London .
Written in English



  • Europe.,
  • Europe


  • Sex instruction.,
  • Sex instruction -- Europe.,
  • Youth -- Europe -- Sexual behavior.,
  • Birth control -- Europe.

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Edition Notes

StatementMikołaj Kozakiewicz.
LC ClassificationsHQ56 .K69 1981
The Physical Object
Pagination118 p. :
Number of Pages118
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2943532M
ISBN 100904983072
LC Control Number84182807

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Whether you're homeschooling or just want to be proactive about talking to your kids about sex, use these sex-positive websites, books, and videos to start the birds and the bees conversation and. Advocates for Youth This information sheet compares the sexual health and behaviors of adolescents in Europe to those of adolescents in the United States. It provides epidemiological data comparing European and American adolescents regarding pregnancy, birth and abortion rates, STD rates, contraceptive use, and sexual behaviors. Children and adolescents need accurate and comprehensive education about sexuality to practice healthy sexual behavior as adults. Early, exploitative, or risky sexual activity may lead to health and social problems, such as unintended pregnancy and sexually transmitted diseases, including human immunodeficiency virus infection and acquired immunodeficiency syndrome. This statement reviews . An American survey reported that about 78 per cent of adolescent boys and 46 per cent of adolescent girls had experienced sexual intercourse. Kinsey studies showed that it was fairly common for males to have atleast one homosexual experience during adolescence, while considerably fewer adolescent females engaged in sex with another female.