Teens redefine sex
Power to Decide, the campaign to prevent unplanned pregnancy, works to ensure that all young people have the power to decide if, when, and under what circumstances to get pregnant. To accelerate progress in reducing the rate of unplanned pregnancy among teens, Power to Decide created the Innovation Next grant program to help redefine sex education for the 21st century. Meet the Innovators First Cohort. Audio described version of Momentos video Transcript of Momentos. About Us Careers.
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A definition of fixed gender identity proposed by the Trump Administration would present a new—and incorrect—explanation of sex and gender. But it will also be flaunting its disdain for science. We now know, for example, that intersex conditions—in which people are born with a mixture of male and female sexual characteristics—are more common and varied than was once thought. In some ways, this moment bears a resemblance to an earlier period when science and activism worked concurrently to expand our ideas of gender.
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I've talked about this before. Not only do I think kids today are smarter than we ever were, I pretty much can't wait for them to run the world. And not only are kids today having sex like cocaine-fueled bunnies, they are convincing researchers they're having less of it. That, my friends, is scientific brilliance.
As a clinical geneticist, Paul James is accustomed to discussing some of the most delicate issues with his patients. But in early , he found himself having a particularly awkward conversation about sex. A year-old pregnant woman had visited his clinic at the Royal Melbourne Hospital in Australia to hear the results of an amniocentesis test to screen her baby's chromosomes for abnormalities. The baby was fine — but follow-up tests had revealed something astonishing about the mother.