Also,I had to use 5 sources 3 of which is from the university library on axia’s webiste.
here are the three sources I used from the university library if it helps:
Rochman, S. (2008, Feb). Transgender
Teens. Human Sexuality Supplement
,1-4. Retrieved Nov 14, 2008, from
Ashcraft, C. (2008, Sept).
So Much More Than
Â“Sex EdÂ”: Teen
Retrieved Nov 14, 2008
McKay, A. (2004, Fall). Oral
Sex among Teenagers:
Research, discourse and
Education. The Canadian
Journal of Human
Sexuality, 201. Retrieved
Nov. 14,2008 from
ABOUT.COM. (2008) Teenage Sexuality. Retrieved Nov. 14, 2008 from
The website has information about teenage sexuality. The website is about how to talk to your teens about sex and what happens to them during the process of puberty and to also try to get an understanding of there feelings. I thought it was interesting information and it gave a lot of details on how to talk to your teens about the birds and the bees but it wasn’t cited so I can’t use unreliable information.
AMA Alliance. (2008) Facts from the Alliance Teen Sexuality. Retrieved Nov. 14, 2008 from
The website gives statistics about teens having sex. I think the information in the website is going to be really important in my paper because then I can give a really good look at how many teens are actually having sex and the increase over the years. This article is the only one that has credible statistics.
Ashcraft, C. (2008, Sept). So Much More than “Sex Ed”: Teen Sexuality… American
Educational Research Journal, 631-667. Retrieved Nov 14, 2008 from EBSCOhost
This article explains how teen’s interest in sexuality can help youth become leaders, increase academic skills, expand career aspirations. I can use the information in this article to talk about what ways we can change our thinking about teens having sex. The author of this article is research scientist and a member of National Center for Women, she is also accomplished in many others areas.
McKay, A. (2004, fall). Oral Sex among Teenagers: Research, discourse and Education. The
Canadian Journal of Human Sexuality, 201. Retrieved Nov. 14, 2008 from ProQuest
This article ventures into why teens participate in oral sex. Some teens think it is better than having sex because they are not actually “doing it”. Teens also think that if they don’t actually have sex it will protect them from STDs….