Teens who received sex-ed instruction in school waited longer to have sex than those who hadn’t learned about abstinence and contraception.
(Updated) Teen birth rates are eight times higher in the U.S. than in Holland. Abortion rates are twice as high. The American AIDS rate is three times greater than that of the Dutch. What are they doing right that we’re not?
On Tuesday night, one of television’s most recognizable gay characters, Kurt on Glee, lost his virginity. In doing so, he taught a lot of teens about sex.
The latest government survey of teen sex and contraceptive use finds that things have largely remained unchanged in last eight years: teens are still having less sex and using birth control more often than you’d think.
As far as sexual behavior goes, we may be worrying about the wrong people. The kids, it turns out, may be all right.
A study of the sexual behavior of New York City high school students found that at least 9% of sexually active teens reported having had at least one same-sex partner. Among teens who had engaged in sex with both sexes, 39% …
We have a complicated relationship with the world’s oldest profession.
The percentage of young people using condoms has stalled, while STD rates are on the rise
A doctoral candidate at Arizona State University made a surprising discovery during the course of her dissertation research on the impact of early sexual health education.
A new study seeks to predict the chances of sexual dysfunction in patients who are treated for prostate cancer — a key question for many men facing the disease.
TIME speaks with Dr. Renee Sorrentino of Massachusetts’ Institute for Sexual Wellness about sex-offender treatment and her work with pedophiles
A fortieth birthday is a big deal that calls for a big present. How about 40 straight days of sex? That’s the gift that Carolyn Evans bestowed upon her husband, Ray, in January 2009. Immediately, she regretted it.