The NEW Teen Sex Epidemic

It’s not the “same old problem” anymore. So what is the solution?
 

As my first year of teaching “Principles of Living” at Imperial College came to an end in May, I was struck by a couple of shocking news items.

Throughout the year, my students—most of them in their late teens and early 20s—had been studying God’s divine purposes for sex. During that same time, according to these disturbing reports, middle school students across America—in some cases, half the age of those in my college class—were having oral sex at parties, on buses, in classrooms, at school assemblies, on the playground and at home after school while parents were at work.

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