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Study says one in ten sexually-active teens has same-sex partners

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  1. Er.. This is news?
    It’s probably been much the same since the year dot, but either the reserach wasn’t done, or people lied about their sexuality.

    And in other news today, James Cordern was told by doctors to lose 50lbs or die, has today sadly, lost50lbs.

  2. Er.. This is news?
    It’s probably been much the same since the year dot, but either the research wasn’t done, or people lied about their sexuality.

    And in other news today, James Cordern was told by doctors to lose 50lbs or die, has today sadly, lost50lbs.

  3. chris in new england 31 Oct 2010, 1:09am

    It’s news that fewer people feel the need to lie about their sexuality, I think. Sign of progress, etc.

  4. “However, the latest study found that teenagers who only sleep with partners of the same sex, or sleep with both sexes, are at a higher risk of sexually-transmitted infections because they are less likely to use condoms.”

    And people who sleep with the other sex are more likely at getting pregnant. Yada Yada. Heard it one hundred times. Nothing to do with this research topic.

    If people were actually concerned with teenagers getting STDs, they would allow sex ed. As it stands, most adults that wished their kids would use condoms also wish their schools wouldn’t talk about how to use them.

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