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Photo by Victor Torres via Stocksy. I knew a guy in high school who scratched actual tally marks into his bedpost. Not just for the number of girls he had slept with, but for the number of virginities taken. In one form or another we've all encountered the seedy male stereotype who loves to deflower.
But concerns about virginity and teen sex are not necessarily backed by the data and not every adolescent is in a pact to lose their v-card before college. The reality is that only about half of teenagers have sex before high school graduation, according to data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and that figure has not changed for over a decade. But, despite having equal rates of consensual sex, LGBTQ teenagers are nearly twice as at risk for sexual assault. So while the data may quell some concerns, it raises new ones for parents as well.
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