A drop in oral sex was seen among females, but the numbers of males engaged in the behavior was the same. Experts said two-thirds of all youth between the ages of 15 and 24 had had an experience with oral sex, risky behavior that the federal government said is contributing to the spread of sexually transmitted diseases. The data came from 6, interviews among young adults from to In the youngest group, ages 15 to 19, which did not include married males, the report said that 41 percent of females and 47 percent of males had received oral sex.
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By Victoria Wellman. A new report has revealed a slight dip in oral sex in teens and adults aged between 15 and 24, but astonishingly, nearly half of all teens admit to having experience in this area. The National Center for Health Statistics - a division of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention - examined statistics from to and found that overall, two thirds of males and females had engaged in oral sex. Though a fact sheet issued by the CDC suggested oral sex was considered by teens as a way of protecting their virginity, a majority were found to have gone on to vaginal intercourse. Frisky: Nearly half of all teens are reported to have engaged in oral sex and though numbers have dipped, sexually transmitted diseases continue to rise. The report, entitled 'Prevalence and Timing of Oral Sex With Opposite-Sex Partners Among Females and Males Aged Years: United States,' comes in the wake of growing concern surrounding increasing rates of sexually transmitted diseases like genital herpes, gonorrhea and syphilis, and a spike in HIV in males aged 13 to Though HIV is less likely spread by oral sex, other diseases like the human papillomavirus virus HPV that is carried by 80per cent of women at some point in their lives, are easily transmitted this way. The recent report, that also incorporated data from a previous CDC survey using the testimonies of 6, young adults between and , showed that numbers were similar between males and females.
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It's 10pm, Do You Know? Kids aren't having casual sex, they're having oral sex By Joy Lanzendorfer Brad, 15, has had oral sex with three different partners, only one of whom was his girlfriend. The other two girls were "just friends," he says. It's common among his friends for girls to perform fellatio on boys they aren't dating. In fact, he says, they do it all the time--at parks, parties, and even at school.
The government study shows fewer teenage girls are having oral sex, compared to a few years ago. The study, based on in-depth interviews with 6, young men and women aged 15 to 24, shows two-thirds in that age group have had oral sex, and just about the same proportion have had vaginal intercourse. But just about 42 percent of 15 to year-old girls have given or received oral sex, down from 45 percent when the last survey was done in This is good news, the researchers say, because the earlier young people start any sexual activity at all, the more likely they are to get a sexually transmitted disease or to get pregnant. The bad news is that teenagers and young adults are still highly likely to get sexually transmitted infections or STIs. The report shows that only 7 percent of girls aged 15 to 19 had had oral sex without ever having had vaginal intercourse. By age 22 to 24, just 2.