How to Help First Year College Students be Sexual Smarty

In this day and age it is important to educate ourselves and our children about sex and sexuality no matter their age.

“A parent may consider their live-away college freshman a newly minted adult, but, biologically, teens remain in adolescence until about age 25. While their brains are still developing, they are more likely to take risks, use poor impulse control, and be self-conscious. These are all risk factors for unhealthy sexual decisions.”

http://callandresponse.blogs.uua.org/how-to-help-first-year-college-students-be-sexually-smarter/

Melanie Davis is the Our Whole Lives Program Associate in the Faith Development Office of the Unitarian Universalist Association.