Carnal Knowledge — Hazardous for Kids?

by Faye Flamm | Philadelphia Inquirer | August 27, 2006

Faye Flamm, author of the popular column “Carnal Knowledge” (a sex-themed column about the natural world and humanity’s place in it), set out to find whether scientific research had anything to say about sexual information hurting children. Here’s what Dr. David Bickham , Staff Scientist at CMCH, had to say on the topic: […]

Misogyny – Set to Music – May Alter Teen Behavior

by Amanda Paulson | Christian Science Monitor | August 8, 2006

A study in the August issue of Pediatrics has shown that the more teens listen to music with sexually degrading lyrics, the more likely they are to have sex earlier. “This uses a more precise methodology than previous studies have, particularly around the issue of content,” says Dr. Michael Rich , Director of […]

Sexy Songs

by Channel 7 News, Boston | WHDH-TV Boston | August 7, 2006

A study in the August issue of Pediatrics has shown that teens who listen to sexually explicit lyrics are more likely to start having sex earlier than teens who don’t listen to this kind of music. “Study after study have shown young people learn from the media they use, they learn violence […]

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