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Psychologists are advising the self-conscious Chinese to talk more about sex with their children, who are reaching puberty two years earlier than their parents' generation. A survey carried out by a Tianjin hospital in north China has found a lack of knowledge about sex and reproductive health among adolescents, many of whom seek help from doctors only after the pregnancy. Information about puberty and sex are among the most frequently asked questions at the psychological counseling center of the Tianjin Psychiatric Hospital, according to a survey of teenagers between 12 and 20 years old. The survey found teenage boys were mostly attentive to sexual and reproductive health, whereas girls were more interested in how to avoid unwanted pregnancy. Of the 367 teenagers who sought help on the hospital's counseling hot line over the past two months, about 60 percent were boys who asked questions such as how to prevent sexually transmitted diseases and whether masturbation was harmful to health. Over 80 percent of the girls who called the hot line asked about contraception and abortion, the survey shows. An 18-year-old girl resorted to the doctors for advice when she realized she was pregnant, after spending a night with a boy she met on the Internet. The girl was from the central Hunan Province and was working in Tianjin. She did not know the boy's name, where he lived, what he did for a living or how old he was. "Teenagers are still immature in terms of psychological and physiological development," said Wang Yan, a psychologist with the hospital. "But they are often interested in the opposite sex and defiant of traditional moral disciplines at home and school, which may lead to puppy love and even elopement." The fact that the teenagers' physical maturity often preceded their emotional maturity exposed them to dangers, she added. Most of the girls who got pregnant dared not tell the truth to their parents or teachers. "To make matters worse, some youngsters turned to posters on the streets, sometimes put up by illegal practitioners who had not been authorized to provide medication," said Wang. A separate survey carried out by the hospital on teenage mothers showed most of the girls were totally ignorant of their own ovulatory time and emergency contraception. The latest census shows 20 million teenagers are reaching puberty each year, at the average age of 12 to 13 years old. "Sex education among Chinese middle school students is urgently needed," said Sun Yunxiao, research fellow with the China Adolescent Development Research Center. A survey shows that about one-third of middle school students have never received any sex education. Meanwhile, most surveyed students who had engaged in sexual behavior confessed they were not familiar with contraception. A sample survey in Jiangsu Province, and Shanghai Municipality, one of China's most economically-developed regions, shows that only 15 percent of surveyed high school students had received any sex education from their teachers or parents. In April 2002, a textbook on sex was for the first time officially published on the Chinese mainland. However, after nearly two years, the textbook is still not usedbecause schools which had previously agreed to use the book on a trial basis are still hesitating whether it is "proper" to talk about sex to children after all.
HOT SPRINGS -- Two 14-year-old boys at Hot Springs Lakeside High School accused of raping a 16-year-old girl in the school's field house entered innocent pleas Tuesday in Garland County Juvenile Court.
Cook said a police officer was within 30 yards of Lakeside Ram Field House when the attack reportedly occurred Feb. 24, and three officers were at the district directing after-school traffic at the time. School was dismissed at 3 p.m. that day, and school administrators also were outside on traffic duty.
"Usually we have all of our coaches there," Cook said Tuesday. "We have the coaches' offices directly across from the dressing rooms. What happened that particular day was that during seventh period we have athletics, and the young lady came to practice after school when all the kids were being dismissed. The teams were already outside."
Approximately 3,400 students from kindergarten to 12th grade attend Lakeside School District. Cook said the school district plans to conduct follow-up assemblies with students to reinforce advice about traveling in pairs or groups, awareness of surroundings, and reporting anything that appears dangerous to the school's tip line.
Played to high-schoolers and their parents, this is more than just a skit. It is an ambitious attempt to help educate students on a neglected problem: How to deal with dating violence and alcohol abuse.
These issues have become more a part of the public dialogue on American campuses as the number of reported date rapes has increased. Some universities have reacted by adopting social-conduct codes, others have begun to offer workshops, hot lines, and counseling. But the traveling theater troupe of college-age actors known as the Anti-Sexual Abuse Project (ASAP) has gained plaudits for spurring conversation among parents and high-school teens.
Begun five years ago as a campus project at Brown University in Providence, R.I., the program has become in demand nationwide as the issue of date rape has gained prominence. The award-winning, eight-actor ensemble has performed for 40,000 teens from Maine to San Diego. What makes the program successful, say parents, teens, and teachers, is its realistic depiction of teen dating in the '90s.
In addition to questions about why John, Mike, Laura, and Kate did what they did, the high-schoolers ask about guilt and anger, peer pressure, birth control, and alcohol. At appropriate moments, an onstage host follows up the actors' answers with relevant statistics.
Some observers worry that the once-a-year skit will allow schools to avoid developing more in-depth programs. But local school officials say that the supplemental input from a national touring group just provides a fresh perspective.
GODOY: She says that's especially true when it comes to sex education offered in public schools. Gelperin says many sex educators across the country are now scared to share even basic information like where to get contraception.
GODOY: There's a sizable body of research showing that comprehensive sex education can increase the use of contraception among teens and delay when they first have sex. It's also been linked to lower teen pregnancy rates. Shaylin says she's seen from her own experiences growing up in rural Kentucky how difficult people's lives can get when they don't have good sex education. 041b061a72