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Disturbing report published in Journal of Urban Health

Emily Rothman, professor of community health sciences, and her colleagues surveyed 328 females ages between 14 and 20 who had visited community or school-based health clinic in the Boston-area and published their results in the Journal of Urban Health: Bulletin of the New York Academy of Medicine. They wanted to find out, how many of them ever had sex with multiple partners — either consensual or forced. 7.3 percent of the girls said they participated in group sex. More than half of those reported that they were pressured or forced to participate. 45 percent said that no condoms were used during the latest case of group sex.

The researchers also found, that there is a “strong association between exposure to pornography, having been forced to do things that their sex partner saw in pornography, and MPS” (= multiperson sex). Those who had seen pornography in the past month were about five times as likely to have taken part in multiperson sex, than those who had not.

Obviously it is as simple as this: Teenagers tend to do and judge as normal, what they see in internet.

The conclusion of the research team: Multiperson sex among youth is an “important public health topic that has received very little attention to date,” says Rothman. “It’s time for parents, pediatricians, federal agencies, and community-based organizations to sit up, pay attention, and take notice. Group sex is happening, and we need to be prepared to address it.”

 

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