Fifty per cent of kids have already had intercourse. The Institute of Medicine published a report in concluding that abstinence-only programmes constituted 'poor fiscal and public health policy'. One in four sexually active teenagers contracts a sexually transmitted disease each year. Harmful to Minors was rejected by many major publishing houses; one editor called the contents 'radioactive', another said the timing 'couldn't possibly be worse'; another asked her to remove the word 'pleasure' from her introduction. Columbia University sociologist Peter Bearman interviewed 20, teenagers and found that teens who took abstinence pledges waited significantly longer - on average 18 months - to have sex for the first time than those who did not. Many argue that it endangers sex education for young people, who will be sexually active anyway. One recent study showed that signing a pledge has some impact on teens.
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