If you’re going to traffick in conspiracy theories, at least be nice about it.
A small high school in Crane, Texas, just confirmed that 20 of its 300 students have been diagnosed with Chlamydia, spurring a revisitation of the district’s abstinence-only sex education curriculum.
A new study finds that 28 percent of Houston-area teens have sexted, but they're not particularly thrilled about it.
When my sixth-grade “little sister” asked me some tough questions, I had some of my own: How do you talk to teenagers about sex?
Ninety-four percent of Texas high school students receive abstinence-only education. More than half of these teens are losing their virginity. So what do the majority of Texans really want their kids to know about sex?
Is doing what comes naturally good enough these days?