Sex Education News
Redefining What's Sexy in an Era of Sexting, Snapchat and Porn
'Girls & Sex' author Peggy Orenstein interviewed more than 70 young women, many of whom equated sexiness with empowerment.
How the AP-NORC Poll on Long-Term Care Was Conducted
The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research poll on long-term care was conducted from February 18 through April 9 by NORC at the University of Chicago, with funding from the SCAN Foundation
Consent on Campus: A 'Nightline' Event: First Look
ABC News "Nightline" takes an eye-opening look at sexual assault and consent education on college campuses, airing Wednesday at 12:35 a.m.
Carly Fiorina Talks Anti-Abortion in Front of Preschoolers
The Republican candidate was photographed giving a talk on abortion while a preschool class sat around her.
Parents Express Outrage Over Sex Education in School
Many parents believe it is inappropriate for their children to learn about sex in school.
Jessica Biel: Women's Reproductive Health Shouldn't Be 'Taboo'
The actress talks about her partnership with WomanCare Global in creating a new online video series, "If You Don't Tell Them, Then Who Will?," to teach women about their bodies.
'The Bachelorette' Recap: The Men Sumo Wrestle and Teach a Sex-Ed Class
Several men sumo-wrestled to win the the Bachelorette ’s heart, while others taught a sex education class on Monday night’s episode of the ABC series. The episode picked up where last week’s show left off. After Kaitlyn Bristowe informed Kupah she was sending him home before the rose ceremony, he
Rhode Island Finds Increase in STDs After Rise of Social Media Dating
Increases in the rates of three major sexually transmitted diseases in Rhode Island have led local health officials to warn that high-risk behaviors could be to blame, including the use of social media to “arrange casual and often anonymous sexual encounters." Among the statistics, HIV rates have
Gay Couple in Hillary Clinton Campaign Clip Prompts '18+' Age Warning on Russian TV
The launch of Hillary Clinton ’s 2016 presidential campaign has proved an unexpected test of Russia ’s controversial so-called “gay-propaganda” law. The independent, opposition TV channel, Dozhd TV, decided it was obliged to include an “18+” age-rating on the video announcing the launch of