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ID number:968848
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Published: 12.05.2003.
Language: English
Level: Secondary school
Literature: n/a
References: Not used
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Be kind; everyone you meet is fighting a hard battle." Many teenagers engaged in a relationship have most likely experienced peer pressure to have sex with their boyfriend or girlfriend. Within themselves, they fight a battle as to whether or not they should listen to their friends. Sex can be a harmful to a successful future. Often, teens think that by using contraceptives, their rates of getting pregnant will decrease. In 1997, more than one million U.S. teenagers become pregnant-one in nine women aged 15-19 and one in five who are sexually active. In 1988, the teenage pregnancy rate was 113 per 1,000 women aged 15-19. The rate was 74 per 1,000 among those aged 15-17. Nonwhite teenagers have twice the pregnancy rate of white teenagers-in 1988, the rates were 197 and 93, respectively (Chad Moses, 1997). A variety of contraceptives most likely used by teenagers will be talked about. Male and female condoms, spermicides, pills, cervical barriers, and injections, will be discussed as well as the importance and the reliability of each one.
A male condom helps protect partners from pregnancy and most infections. They can be used for vaginal or anal intercourse, oral sex, or sex toys and works by providing a barrier between partners so that bodily fluids, such as semen, blood and saliva are not shared. According to the Feminist Women's Health Care center (2002), condoms are 88-97% effective and are the most reliable products without a prescription.…

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