Thursday, November 21, 2013

Teenage Sex Linked to Suicidal Tendencies: Study

A new Ohio State University study by Sara Sandberg-Thoma published in the Journal of Sex Research shows that the sexualization of children by liberals, such as Planned Parenthood via public schools, leads both boys and girls alike to thoughts of suicide and poor mental health.

For background, read Planned Parenthood's Sexual Assault on Kids and also read Planned Parenthood Lures Teen clients via Texting

In addition, read the Myriad Links of Abortion to Mental Health Disorders

Click headlines below to read previous articles:

School Sexualization Standards by NEA, Abortionists

Education Experts Say Use Porn in Teaching Sex Ed

President Obama Funds Condom Delivery Service to Pre-teens

Government Teaches Children to Enjoy Sex - Daily Orgasms Recommended

Teenage Girls Need More Risk-free Sex, Doctors Say

Teen Sex in New York, There's an App for That

In addition, read Abstinent Teens the Norm, Moral Sex-Ed Works: Study

-- From "Casual sex linked to depression and suicidal thoughts" posted at UK Telegraph 11/20/13

The link between casual sex and mental health was found to be the same for both men and women according to the study published in the Journal of Sex Research.

Dr Claire Kamp Dush, professor of human sciences at Ohio State University, said: "That was unexpected because there is still this sexual double standard in society that says it is OK for men to have casual sexual relationships, but it is not OK for women.

Researchers found that each additional casual sexual relationship increased the odds of suicidal thoughts by 18 percent.

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From "Casual Sex In Teens Linked To Depression, Suicide: How 'Hooking Up' Can Lead To Mental Health Issues Later" by Sabrina Bachai, Medical Daily 11/20/13

Ten thousand adolescents from 80 high schools and 52 middle schools in grades 7 through 12 were interviewed. The teens were then interviewed again when they were aged 18 to 26. They were surveyed about their romantic relationship experiences as well as depressive symptoms and thoughts of suicide. Casual sexual relationships were reported by 29 percent of the teens interviewed. "Casual sex" was defined in the study as having sex with a partner that one was not "dating."

Kamp Dush also believes that casual sexual relationships may hurt the ability of young adults to develop committed relationships at an important time in their development. She also believes that researchers need to look closely at other measures of mental health.

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Also read American Trend: Fewer Children, More Animals/Pets as well as Sex on the Rise, Procreation in Decline