In fact, over the last 20 years, we have seen more than a 15 percent increase in the percentage of teens that are not having sex. If more teens are choosing to delay sex, that raises an important question—what is driving this trend?
I know Ascend recently commissioned a survey from Barna Research to ask that exact question.
How many teens are choosing to delay sexual activity nationwide?
This week, NC Family president John Rustin talks with Valerie Huber, president of Ascend, formerly the National Abstinence Education Association (NAEA), about why more American teens are delaying sexual activity, and the important role parents can play in helping teens make wise decisions about sex.INTRODUCTION: Valerie Huber is president of Ascend, which is formerly known as the National Abstinence Education Association (NAEA).Ascend is a professional association that represents organizations and individuals who support a priority on risk avoidance through abstinence education.Valerie formerly served as the director of a community-based abstinence initiative and as a Title V coordinator for the State of Ohio.
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