Citations with the tag: BOYS -- Sexual behavior

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     // New Humanist; Jan/Feb2005, Vol. 120 Issue 1, p7 

    Relates a disciplinary tactic used by Steve Unfreid, principal of Matanuska Christian School in Alaska, to punish two male students who were caught kissing girls in the locker room. Basis of disciplinary action; Decision of the principal to get himself whipped in front of the students; Outcome...

  • His Most Shocking Sex Confessions.
    Murphy, Myatt // Cosmopolitan; Sep2010, Vol. 249 Issue 3, p138 

    The article presents confessions from several male readers, regarding their views on sexual activity. A reader says he loves when her girlfriend lets him stare at her body after sex. Another says that it is great when his partner flips around and tries all advanced poses to get him off. A reader...

  • The Talk.
    GIESE, RACHEL // Walrus; Apr2014, Vol. 11 Issue 3, p26 

    The article discusses how to teach sex education to teenage boys. The issue on the declined teenage pregnancy but increasing cases of sexually transmitted infections in Canada is cited. It suggests that the topic on pleasure is the key to engage teenage young men on teaching sex education...

  • Teacher faces indecency charges.
    GIESE, RACHEL // Body Politic; May82, Issue 83, p15 

    Reports on the charges filed against Roch Menard, a music teacher in Montreal, Quebec, for involving sexual acts with his teenage male students, as of May 1982. Details on the allegations; Reaction of Menard to the charges; Date set for the trial.

  • Draw the Line/Respect the Line: A Randomized Trial of a Middle School Intervention to Reduce Sexual Risk Behaviors.
    Coyle, Karin K.; Kirby, Douglas B.; Marín, Barbara V.; Gómez, Cynthia A.; Gregorich, Steven E. // American Journal of Public Health; May2004, Vol. 94 Issue 5, p843 

    Objectives. This study evaluated the long-term effectiveness of Draw the Line/ Respect the Line, a theoretically based curriculum designed to reduce sexual risk behaviors among middle school adolescents. Methods. The randomized controlled trial involved 19 schools in northern California. A...

    Kaundjua, Maria B.; Kauari, Lydia; Mufune, Pempelani // International Journal of Child, Youth & Family Studies; 2014, Vol. 5 Issue 2, p279 

    This paper examines conceptions of gender identity and gender relations among youth in rural northern Namibia to see whether or not real life practices are meeting the requirements of legislation that supports gender equality including the right to work in all spheres for equal pay and benefits,...

  • Jack Tumor.
    Kaundjua, Maria B.; Kauari, Lydia; Mufune, Pempelani // Publishers Weekly; 4/13/2009, Vol. 256 Issue 15, p50 

    The article reviews the book "Jack Tumor," by Anthony McGowan.

  • Adolescent Identities and Sexual Behavior: An Examination of Anderson's Player Hypothesis.
    Giordano, Peggy C.; Longmore, Monica A.; Manning, Wendy D.; Northcutt, Miriam J. // Social Forces; Jun2009, Vol. 87 Issue 4, p1813 

    We investigate the social and behavioral characteristics of male adolescents who self-identify as players, focusing particularly on Anderson's claim that this social role is inextricably linked with poverty and minority status. Results indicate that black respondents, those affiliated with...

    Nelson, Claudia // Victorian Studies; Summer89, Vol. 32 Issue 4, p525 

    Focuses on the ideals of manliness and sexuality in literature for boys during the Victorian period. Analysis of Thomas Hughes' 'Tom Brown's Schooldays'; Examination of several 19th-century novels to provide a context for Hughes' novel within the genre of fiction for boys; Insight on the...

  • Fourth-grade orgy.
    McGovern, Celeste // Report / Newsmagazine (National Edition); 4/15/2002, Vol. 29 Issue 8, p48 

    Reports an incident at Marble Falls Elementary School in Texas that occurred during free reading time. Details of how five fourth grade boys retreated to an area at the back of the classroom to perform oral sex on each other; Reason that the Texas Department of Protective and Regulatory...

  • Fourth-grade orgy.
    McGovern, Celeste // Report / Newsmagazine (BC Edition); 4/15/2002, Vol. 29 Issue 8, p48 

    Reports an incident at Marble Falls Elementary School in Texas that occurred during free reading time. Details of how five fourth grade boys retreated to an area at the back of the classroom to perform oral sex on each other; Reason that the Texas Department of Protective and Regulatory...

    McGovern, Celeste // USA Today Magazine; Aug2002, Vol. 131 Issue 2687, p2 

    Presents updates on various research studies in the U.S. as of August 2002. Results of a Robert Hall International Inc. survey on the work hours of executives; Symptoms of an eating disorder in teenage girls; Percentage of 15- to 17-year old boys having sex.

  • Fourth-grade orgy.
    McGovern, Celeste // Report / Newsmagazine (Alberta Edition); 4/15/2002, Vol. 29 Issue 8, p48 

    Reports an incident at Marble Falls Elementary School in Texas that occurred during free reading time. Details of how five fourth grade boys retreated to an area at the back of the classroom to perform oral sex on each other; Reason that the Texas Department of Protective and Regulatory...

  • FOR HIM.
    McGovern, Celeste // Dolly; Dec2010, Issue 480, p143 

    The article presents two questions and answers related to sex problems facing teenage boys, including how to make things right after he lied to friend that he had sex with his girlfriend who in turn spread the word to everyone, and how to encourage a girlfriend to perform oral sex on him.

    Johnson, Peter; Ooi, Catriona // Dolly; Oct2004, Issue 408, p126 

    Provides information about male puberty. Side effects of excessive masturbation; Importance of masturbation; Views of men on the smell of vagina; Concerns of teenage boys on their penises.

  • Female Secondary School Adolescents' Sexual Behavior and School Based HIV/AIDS Education Program.
    Inyang, Mfrekemfon P. // ICHPER -- SD Journal of Research in Health, Physical Education, ; Fall/Winter2013, Vol. 8 Issue 2, p55 

    Most adolescents engage in indiscriminate sexual experimentations. This practice exposes them to the risk of contracting sexually transmitted infections including HIV/AIDS. Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) and acquired immune deficiency syndromes (AIDS) are among the deadly diseases that exist...

  • An Exploratory Study of Male Adolescent Sexuality in Zimbabwe: The Case of Adolescents in Kuwadzana Extension, Harare.
    Bhatasara, Sandra; Chevo, Tafadzwa; Changadeya, Talent // Journal of Anthropology; 2013, p1 

    Although young people in Zimbabwe are becoming sexually active at a very early age, there is no unified body of knowledge on how they regard sex and construct sexuality and relationships. In many circumstances adolescence sexual agency is denied and silenced. This study explored adolescents'...

  • 80 percent of US boys use condoms the first time.
    Johnson, Carla K. // Chicago Weekend; 10/19/2011, Vol. 41 Issue 41, p5 

    The article informs that a government survey conducted on teenage boys between the age 15 to 19 reveals that 80 percent of the boys used condom for their first sexual encounter in the U.S. It includes the experiences and view points of several teenagers regarding the result of the survey. As...

  • The sexual behavior of Greek adolescents: Attitudes towards HIV infection and condom use.
    VOUZOUNERAKIS, E.; MOIRASGENTI, M.; KAVAKA, N.; PANAGOPOULOU, E.; BENOS, A. // Archives of Hellenic Medicine / Arheia Ellenikes Iatrikes; Mar/Apr2013, Vol. 30 Issue 2, p197 

    OBJECTIVE A considerable proportion of new HIV infections in Greece present in people aged up to 29 years, probably due to infection during adolescence. Condom use is relatively low in this age group and the attitudes of adolescents affect their intentions to use condoms. The aim of this study...

    Keillor, Garrison // New Yorker; 9/19/1970, Vol. 46 Issue 31, p39 

    The article presents the efforts of a family to make their son happy. The parents decided to give their sixteen-year-old son a woman as a gift. The couple claimed that leaving their son idle would make him delinquent. The parent's strategy made their son more matured.

  • Early Sexual Intercourse and Risk Factors in Croatian Adolescents.
    Kuzman, Marina; Šimetin, Ivana Pavić; Franelić, Iva Pejnović // Collegium Antropologicum; 2007 Supplement 2, Vol. 31 Issue s2, p121 

    Sexual behaviour in adolescence is a sensitive issue and has possible immediate and long term medical and psychical consequences. The aim of the study was to examine whether early sexual intercourse varies by gender and how is associated with unhealthy behaviour and factors of psycho-social...

  • Being a Boy.
    King, Stephen // School Librarian; Spring2014, Vol. 62 Issue 1, p60 

    Reviews the book "Being a Boy," by James Dawson, Illustrated by Spike Gerrell.

  • Perfectly Good White Boy.
    King, Stephen // Publishers Weekly; 2014 Annual Children's Starred Reviews, p90 

    A review of the book "Perfectly Good White Boy," by Carrie Mesrobian, is presented.

  • FOR HIM.
    King, Stephen // Dolly; Jan2011, Issue 481, p127 

    The article presents questions and answers related to teenage boys' health which include how to confidently approach girls and how to prevent getting turned on during inappropriate times.

  • Boys Don't Cry.
    Gayle, Colin // NATE Classroom; Spring2011, Issue 13, p74 

    The article reviews the book "Boys Don't Cry," by Malorie Blackman.

  • Male Victims of Sexual Abuse: A Case Review within a Child Protective Team.
    Roane, Thomas H. // Child Welfare; May/Jun92, Vol. 71 Issue 3, p231 

    The article presents the findings of a study based on a review of 77 cases of sexual abuse of boys seen for assessment by a multidisciplinary child protection team in Florida. The team collected data on age at time of referral, findings of medical examinations, sex of offender, relationship of...

  • Differences in Young People's Reports of Sexual Behaviors According to Interview Methodology: A Randomized Trial in India.
    Jaya; Hindin, Michelle J.; Ahmed, Saifuddin // American Journal of Public Health; Jan2008, Vol. 98 Issue 1, p169 

    Objectives. We compared reports of sexual behaviors given in standard face-to-face interviews with reports given in audio computer-assisted self-interviews (ACASIs) and culturally specific interactive interviews among adolescents in India. We sought to determine which of the interview methods...

    Jaya; Hindin, Michelle J.; Ahmed, Saifuddin // Girls' Life; Oct/Nov2006, Vol. 13 Issue 2, p8 

    The article reports on the research finding about the consequence of listening to sexually degrading lyrics to teenagers ages 12-17. According to a RAND study funded by the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, these teens are more likely to initiate sex. In fact, says...

    Wusu, Onipede // IFE PsychologIA; 2011, Vol. 19 Issue 2, p227 

    Previous studies on the association between HIV risk perception and sexual behaviour limited classification of risk perception to low and high, and their findings are largely mixed. This study seeks to contribute to knowledge on this association through the inclusion of the reasons why...

  • Queer Eye for the Ascetic Guy? Homoeroticism, Children, and the Making of Monks in Late Antique Egypt.
    Schroeder, Caroline T. // Journal of the American Academy of Religion; Jun2009, Vol. 77 Issue 2, p333 

    A famous instruction about children in monasteries reads: "Do not bring young boys here. Four churches in Scetis are deserted because of boys." Taken from the Sayings of the Desert Fathers, this apophthegm exposes the presence of homoeroticism and anxieties about the homoerotic, especially...

  • Boys: half of the solution.
    Kin Ly // Community Practitioner; Apr2009, Vol. 82 Issue 4, p12 

    The article discusses the outcome and recommendations of the Teenage Pregnancy Strategy launched by the British government over ten years ago. The aim of the strategy is to reduce by half the rate of teenage conceptions among under-18 year olds and set a downward trend among under-16s by 2010....

  • 'Explosive' Data Confirm Prediction: AIDS Is Spreading Among Teenagers.
    Flax, Ellen // Education Week; 10/25/1989, Vol. 9 Issue 8, p1 

    The article reports that according statistics released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, AIDS is spreading rapidly among teenagers. The center reported that between July 1988 and August 1989, the number of teenagers reported with AIDS increased by 43 percent. Federal and private...

  • Erkek Ergenlerde Cinsel Davranış ve Cinsel Bilgi Kaynakları: Sekiz Yıl Arayla DeÄŸerlendirme.
    Çetin, Saniye Korkmaz; Bildik, Tezan; Erermis, Serpil; Demiral, Nagehan; Özbaran, Burcu; Tamar, Müge; Aydin, Cahide // Turk Psikiyatri Dergisi; 2008, Vol. 19 Issue 4, p390 

    Objective: This study aimed to determine the changes over time in sexual attitude and behavior among adolescents, and to measure the effect of sources information about sex on these changes. Method: This study was conducted in 2 stages, the first in 1996 and the second in 2004. In all, 392 male...

  • Masturbation and the Media.
    Watson, Anne-Frances; McKee, Alan // Sexuality & Culture; Sep2013, Vol. 17 Issue 3, p449 

    This paper explores the important role the media play in informing young people about masturbation. A pilot study of focus groups with twenty-two young Australians aged between 14 and 16 explored what they know about sex and sexuality, and where they have found that knowledge. This paper reports...

    Mladenovic, B.; Donev, D.; Spasovski, M. // Contributions of Macedonian Academy of Sciences & Arts; 2009, Vol. 30 Issue 1, p179 

    The aim of the study was to assess the gender influence on the main determinants of sexual behaviour of senior high-school students in Skopje, R. Macedonia (prevalence and age of onset of sexual activity, duration of the relationship before and the contraceptive method used during the first...

  • The myth of teen promiscuity.
    Melby, Todd // Contemporary Sexuality; Sep2008, Vol. 42 Issue 9, p1 

    The article focuses on a study from the Guttmacher Institute entitled "Non-coital sexual activities among adolescents." Using information from the 2002 National Survey for Family Growth (NSFG), a federal study of 2,271 girls and boys ranging in age from 15 to 19, the researchers discovered that...

  • Longitudinal Association Between Parenting Practices and Early Sexual Risk Behaviors among Urban African American Adolescents: The Moderating Role of Gender.
    Kapungu, Chisina T.; Holmbeck, Grayson N.; Paikoff, Roberta L. // Journal of Youth & Adolescence; Oct2006, Vol. 35 Issue 5, p783 

    A sample of 274 African American families, living in impoverished neighborhoods with high HIV rates, participated in a longitudinal study of adolescent sexual development when children were in the 4th or 5th grade. Self-report and observational measures of parental warmth and parental behavioral...

  • Protective and Risk Factors Associated with Adolescent Boys’ Early Sexual Debut and Risky Sexual Behaviors.
    Lohman, Brenda J.; Billings, Amanda // Journal of Youth & Adolescence; Jul2008, Vol. 37 Issue 6, p723 

    Protective and risk factors associated with rates of early sexual debut and risky sexual behaviors for a sample of low-income adolescent boys were examined using bioecological theory framed by a resiliency perspective. Protective processes examined include a close mother–son and...

  • Factors Associated with Early Sexual Activity Among Urban Teenager.
    Smith, Carolyn A. // Social Work; Jul97, Vol. 42 Issue 4, p334 

    This study uses lifespan and ecological frameworks to investigate the factors associated with early adolescent sexual activity. Data from a longitudinal study of urban teenagers of color address three issues: (1) the prevalence and pattern of sexual activity among boys and girls ages 15 and...

  • S'nuff Said.
    Broverman, Neal // Advocate; 10/21/2008, Issue 1017, p17 

    The article reports that author Oliver Robert's book "Josh and Jasper and the Tale of Snoozefoxie" has become popular amongst Belgian educators. 50,000 Belgian elementary students ages six to nine have read about Josh and Jasper's romantic same-sex relationship. Martine Delfos, a Dutch...

  • Adolescent girls' and boys' well-being in relation to online and offline sexual and romantic activity.
    Sorbring, Emma; Skoog, Therése; Bohlin, Margareta // Cyberpsychology; 2014, Vol. 8 Issue 1, p1 

    The aims of this study were to determine links between adolescent's well-being and their sexual and romantic activities off- and online. The study includes 245 mid-adolescents (15 years of age; 55 % girls) and 251 late-adolescents (18 years of age; 49 % girls). Of the 496 teenagers, 54 % had...

  • Male Teenagers Seem to Know More About Condoms, Are More Comfortable Obtaining Them Than Females.
    Witwer, M. // Family Planning Perspectives; Mar/Apr93, Vol. 25 Issue 2, p94 

    The article cites a research conducted in California to examine gender differences in knowledge, behaviors and intentions of teenagers regarding prevention of pregnancy and sexually transmitted diseases (STDs). Low grades, alcohol consumption and students who did not live with parents were taken...

    CONSIDINE, JOHN // Notes & Queries; Mar2009, Vol. 56 Issue 1, p42 

    The article discusses examples of the sexual behavior of boys in literature. Particular attention is given to the reference to "lasciuious boyes" in the place known as the Bower of Bliss, which is featured in Book II of Edmund Spenser's epic poem "Faerie Queen." According to A. C. Hamilton's...

  • Subjectivity, Intimacy, and the Empowerment Paradigm of Adolescent Sexuality: The Unexplored Room.
    Schalet, Amy // Feminist Studies; Spring2009, Vol. 35 Issue 1, p133 

    This article focuses on teenage heterosexuality in the United States, particularly the psychological and social constructs for adolescent girls, and a feminist perspective in the post-sexual revolution and post-AIDS eras. Several books are discussed including "Going All the Way: Teenage Girls'...

  • REAL Men: A Group-Randomized Trial of an HIV Prevention Intervention for Adolescent Boys.
    Dilorio, Colleen; McCarty, Frances; Resnicow, Ken; Lehr, Sally; Denzmore, Pamela // American Journal of Public Health; Jun2007, Vol. 97 Issue 6, p1084 

    Objectives. We tested the efficacy of an intervention among 11-to 14-year-old adolescent boys to promote delay of sexual intercourse, condom use among those who were sexually active, and communication on sexuality between fathers (or father figures) and sons. Methods. Sites were randomly...

  • Hormones vs. religion.
    Klitsch, Michael // Family Planning Perspectives; Jul/Aug94, Vol. 26 Issue 4, p146 

    The article reports on the study investigating the effect of testosterone levels and religiousness of adolescent males to their sexual behavior. Study shows that teenage boys who have high levels of free testosterone and who had infrequent or none attendance to church or other religious...

  • Trends in sexual health and risk behaviours among adolescent students in British Columbia.
    Saewyc, Elizabeth M.; Taylor, Darlene; Homma, Yuko; Ogilvie, Gina // Canadian Journal of Human Sexuality; 2008, Vol. 17 Issue 1/2, p1 

    Regular monitoring of trends in sexual health and sexual behaviours among adolescents provides strong evidence to guide intervention programs and health policies. Using the province-wide, school-based British Columbia (BC) Adolescent Health Surveys of 1992, 1998, and 2003, this study documented...

  • Social and Emotional Consequences of Refraining From Sexual Activity Among Sexually Experienced and Inexperienced Youths in California.
    Brady, Sonya S.; Halpern-Felsher, Bonnie L. // American Journal of Public Health; Jan2008, Vol. 98 Issue 1, p162 

    Objectives. We examined the social and emotional consequences among adolescents of refraining from sexual activity (oral or vaginal sex) and whether these consequences differed over time and by gender and sexual experience. Methods. Adolescents (N = 612; 58% female) recruited from 2 schools were...

  • Sexual Behavior and Perceived Peer Norms: Comparing Perinatally Hiv-infected and Hiv-affected Youth.
    Bauermeister, Jose A.; Elkington, Katherine; Brackis-Cott, Elizabeth; Dolezal, Curtis; Mellins, Claude Ann // Journal of Youth & Adolescence; Sep2009, Vol. 38 Issue 8, p1110 

    A large proportion of perinatally HIV-infected (PHIV) children are becoming adolescents and exploring their sexuality. This study explored the prevalence of sexual behaviors (kissing, touching, engaging in oral sex, or having vaginal/anal intercourse) in a sample of predominantly ethnic minority...

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