In fact, many young people want more guidance. Instead, the researchers found that teens and young adults are confused and anxious about how to develop healthy romantic relationships. Even worse, they found that sexual harassment and misogyny are pervasive among young people, and sexual assault rates are high. The solution? According to the researchers, parents need to be having deeper conversations with their kids about love, sex, and consent, among other important topics. The report suggests that young people would welcome this parental guidance.
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Do parents have a say in when their teens start having sex?
After all, God created us — all of us — as sexual beings. While our sexual identity transcends every life stage, adolescence is a time of particularly high sexual energy. As our children move away from their parents toward their peers, they will make choices — choices with consequences. We hope that they will fulfill their God-given potential. Hence the need for the sex talk.
Revealing sexual thoughts or behaviors to the parent that might elicit criticism or punishment. In fact, sex education and parent-child communication about sexuality are associated with delayed sexual activity and more consistent contraceptive use. Parents tend to exclude positive topics associated with sexuality, such as pleasure, love, and healthy relationships, in favor of negative topics and warnings.