Young adults sex
This will help your healthcare provider have a full, clear picture of your health as a whole, because good sexual health and good general health go hand in hand. ” “I want to make sure that my partner and I get tested before we have sex for the first time. This episode of ASHA’s Sex Health podcast features a chat with Lynn Brown Rosenberg, author of My Sexual Awakening at 70: And What Led Me Here. ), the author herself […] In this latest episode in ASHA’s Sex Health podcast, ASHA’s Fred Wyand talks to Walker Thornton, M.Here are some conversation openers that may be helpful: “When I do decide to have sex, I want to make sure that I’m taking all of the right steps to protect myself from STIs. ” [If you have a female partner] “How can I talk with my partner about birth control? Ed, about reigniting the spark your sex life and communicating about sexual pleasure. I’ve heard some pretty remarkable statistics about church dropouts – I’m sure you have, too. They’ve not been validated, and research has never come to that conclusion.Such as: 94 percent (some say 86 percent) of evangelical youth drop out of church after high school, . Let’s explore the actual statistics regarding young adult dropouts, and why they drop out.
Despite all the fear driven presentations you’ve heard, not every young person is walking out of the church the moment they finish high school and never coming back. The young adults who do drop out of church often lack a first-hand faith—a faith of their own—and a relationship with Christ that matters deeply in their own personal life apart from their parent’s pressure.Young people aged 15-24 represent only a quarter of the sexually active population.Yet they have almost half of all sexually transmitted infections (STIs) out there!Young people are more likely than any other age group to: Although STIs can be scary and embarrassing at times, they are not uncommon.Click here to learn ways to stay healthy and to protect against STIs.
Thornton writes extensively about sexuality, sexual relationships, sexual health, and caregiving, with a special focus on sexual health and aging. ASHA’s […] Whether you’re having sex or not, below are some tips to ensure every young adult can have a healthy, safe, and satisfying life – or to simply prepare yourself for when the time comes!