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The conventional wisdom that teenagers who are not ready for sexual intercourse are experimenting with oral sex on large scale is being challenged by new data on the subject. According to data released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, two-thirds of teenagers and young adults have had oral sex — about as many as have had vaginal intercourse, a trend that speaks to changing social mores and the need to educate teens about the risk of contracting a sexually transmitted disease from oral sex, experts say.

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While slightly under half of to year-olds have had vaginal sex —44 percent of boys, 47 percent of girls — only about 16 percent of girls and 15 percent of boys from that age group engaged in oral sex first, according to the CDC data. An additional 7 percent of girls and 10 percent of boys reported having oral sex but never vaginal sex.

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Over all, 49 percent of boys and 48 percent of girls ages 15 to 19 have engaged in oral sex. Among the younger teenagers in the survey, between ages 15 to 17, those s drop to 38 percent for boys and 33 percent for girls.

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The research shows that one in four teens is now having oral sex before vaginal sex — marking the "hierarchical reordering of oral sex in American culture," says Justin Garcia, an evolutionary biologist withthe Kinsey Institute at Indiana University. Many sex researchers had believed that oral sex was being used to defer vaginal sex, but that doesn't seem to be the case for most teens today.

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In fact, the only demographic group that postponed vaginal sex until substantially after oral sex were young white girls of educated mothers — perhaps those whose mothers impressed upon them the need to avoid teenage pregnancy, researchers say. The new figures suggest that sex education programs need to directly address oral sex as well as vaginal intercourse, along with the risks associated with both. The growing frequency of oral sex also means parents should address it with their children.

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But instead of worrying about "the talk," experts like University of Missouri sexuality educator Heather Eastman-Mueller advise parents to consistently talk in age-appropriate ways about sexuality, morality and physical self-esteem. Save my name,and website in this browser for the next time I comment.

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