If people called her a 'good boy' she would correct them, saying she was a good girl.
Her parents first decided to seek advice from a pediatrician when she was two years old, after she asked: 'Mommy, when's the good fairy going to come with her magic wand and change, you know, my genitalia?
For one, there seems to be an ironic correlation between states with conservative politics around sex education and contraception and high rates of teen pregnancy and birth. The relationship could be due to the fact that communities with such religious beliefs (a literal interpretation of the Bible, for instance) may frown upon contraception ...
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There just aren’t as many sexual health resources in rural counties, where teens may have to travel farther to the nearest women’s health clinic.
And deeply rooted attitudes about sex — including school districts that continue to cling to abstinence-only health curricula that don’t give teens enough information about methods to prevent pregnancy — may also play a role.
The lowest rates were in New Hampshire (28), Vermont (32), Minnesota (36), Massachusetts (37) and Maine (37).
States ranked by rates of live births among women age 15-19*: The lowest rates were in New Hampshire (16), Massachusetts (17), Vermont (18), Connecticut (19) and New Jersey (20). states whose residents have more conservative religious beliefs on average tend to have higher rates of teenagers giving birth.
Urban school districts, particularly in New York City, have made significant advances in expanding teens’ access to sexual education and resources, but there often aren’t similar pushes in rural places."Ultimately, the data underscores that it is not simply because teens are engaging in risky behaviors, such as having unprotected sex.
They are also engaging in sexual activity while being un- or under-informed and while lacking access to contraception and family planning services.
Think Progress reports "While teens across the country have largely been having less sex and using more contraception, teens in rural areas have actually been having more sex and using birth control less frequently.