The uproar that followed a November episode of Fox's "Glee" in which two teen couples had sex for the first time may have some scientific legs. New research shows sex during the adolescent years could affect mood and brain development into adulthood. The study, which was carried out on hamsters, reveals how social experiences during adolescence when the brain is still developing can have broad consequences, say the researchers from Ohio State University College of Medicine. Specifically, the animals that mated earlier in life had higher levels of depressive behaviors, changes to the brain and smaller reproductive tissues compared to those that had intercourse later or not at all.
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The study, according to the researchers, suggests that parents should be sure to talk with their kids about the potential negative effects of having oral sex, not only intercourse. The findings are based on a series of surveys given to students at two public high schools, beginning in ninth grade when they were 14 years old. Of these, reported having oral sex, vaginal sex or both by the spring of tenth grade. However, they were also less likely to report positive effects, like feeling closer to their partner or feeling good about themselves. Such positive feelings about sex were common, the study found.
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The decision to engage in sexual activity or behavior as a teen or young adult can be a confusing time. Sexual activity includes vaginal penetration of the vagina by the penis or other object , oral, or anal. Sexual behavior can include sexting , taking sexually explicit photos of yourself, using online chat rooms for sexual conversations, social media abuse, masturbation, and viewing pornography.
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