Just say no-ism useless in curbing teen sex

Mathis, Deborah
April 1996
Indianapolis Business Journal;4/1/96, Vol. 17 Issue 2, p13B
Opinion. Focuses on curbing teen sex in the United States. Assertion that teenagers' fear of motherly rejection is dangerous; Importance of sex education in school clinics.


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