Your contributions will help us continue to deliver the stories that are important to you. Roisin Lacey SC, defending, said the incident, which lasted for about ten seconds before the girl ran off, was stage managed by the older boy. Her client, now aged 17, subsequently pleaded guilty to engaging in a sexual act with a child at a place in Co. Dublin on 25 August
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Fewer teen girls having oral sex, study shows
It's 10pm, Do You Know? Kids aren't having casual sex, they're having oral sex By Joy Lanzendorfer Brad, 15, has had oral sex with three different partners, only one of whom was his girlfriend. The other two girls were "just friends," he says. It's common among his friends for girls to perform fellatio on boys they aren't dating.
Oral sex no longer a big deal, teen girls say
It's just one of dozens of stories from teenage girls in a new documentary by Canadian filmmaker Sharlene Azam that aims to shed light on the secret, extremely sexual lives of today's teens. Have a question about teens and oral sex? Click here and Claire Shipman may answer online. Also check out Claire Shipman's blog by clicking here. After four years researching for the documentary, Azam told "Good Morning America" that oral sex is as common as kissing for teens and that casual prostitution -- being paid at parties to strip, give sexual favors or have sex -- is far more commonplace than once believed.
The government study shows fewer teenage girls are having oral sex, compared to a few years ago. The study, based on in-depth interviews with 6, young men and women aged 15 to 24, shows two-thirds in that age group have had oral sex, and just about the same proportion have had vaginal intercourse. But just about 42 percent of 15 to year-old girls have given or received oral sex, down from 45 percent when the last survey was done in This is good news, the researchers say, because the earlier young people start any sexual activity at all, the more likely they are to get a sexually transmitted disease or to get pregnant. The bad news is that teenagers and young adults are still highly likely to get sexually transmitted infections or STIs.