Teens hook up waps
Today, hooking up instead of dating has become the norm.
About two-thirds of teens say at least some of their friends have hooked up.
The defining element of a hookup isn’t the activity, but the lack of expectation of commitment or relationship.
Thanks to popular culture, teenage girls and teenage boys view sex much differently than they did a couple decades ago.
to show him that his current girlfriend wasn't as good as she was," says Katie Koestner, founder and education director of Campus Outreach Services. So what can you do to prevent your kids from hooking up?
You should start the conversation about sex before they hit the preteen and teen years, when they learn about it from TV or their friends, Wallace says.
It used to be that when teenagers had sex, they did it with someone they were dating. There have been shifts in teens’ behavior, but even bigger shifts in the way teenagers about sex.
This means some young people have many partners, but far more have only a few.
More and more of what kids hear in songs and see in movies tells them that sex and feelings aren’t connected.
You can be without getting emotionally attached, the story goes.
The most common number of lifetime partners reported was—get this—.
A lot of young people are more selective about sex than you (or their peers) might think.
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Jessica Stephens (not her real name), a San Francisco mother of four, has heard the term "hooking up" among her teenage sons' friends, but she's just not sure what it means. "It used to mean getting together at a party and would include some form of petting and sexual activity," says Lynn Ponton, MD, professor of psychiatry at the University of California, San Francisco, and author of The Sex Lives of Teenagers: Revealing the Secret World of Adolescent Boys and Girls.