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Teenage Sex not Detrimental to School Grades

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Parents worrying that their teenager’s sex lives is having a negative impact on their grades could now breathe a sigh of relief. A provoking novel research has noted that teenagers who were in serious commitment-driven relationships fared no better or shoddier as compared to teens abstaining from sex.

The analogous is untrue in case of teenagers hooking up or having flings. Study investigators noted that those teens who hooked up got lesser grades and had supplementary school-associated issues in comparison to teens who did not have sex.

These study outcomes put forth during the recent conference held in Atlanta of the American Sociological Association challenges to some degree that teenagers who are sexually active have a tendency of faring poorly in school.

Study investigators pointed out that in regards to educational success the kind of sexual relationship the teens were involved in was a key determining factor as compared to whether they were having sex. Teenagers in commitment-driven relationships might uncover socio-emotional backing in their sex mates that reduces their levels of anxiousness and stress during schooling and life in general.

Researchers state that parents with concerns that that their teen kids are dating could now breathe easy as teenage sex is not going to disrupt their didactic routes.

As per information available from a centralized survey carried out during 2009, almost fifty percent of high school goers cited having had sex and fourteen percent of them admitting to having had 4 or more mates.

During the course of the trial, researchers from Univ. of California and Minnesota, sociologists Eric Grodsky and Bill McCarthy evaluated surveys and school records taken from the biggest nationwide follow up trial of teenagers which commenced in 1994 and 1995 school year. The investigators stated that there has been no notable alteration in regards to when teenagers had their foremost sexual encounter or approach towards teenage sex in the last ten years.

The two evaluated how the teenager’s sexual behaviourisms had an effect on their erudition and controlled for features which could impact their outcomes.

Other facets of the study finding

Teenagers in committed relationships did not fare differently as compared to their ascetic equivalents in regards to grade median or how connected they were to the educational institute hopes. They additionally had not greater likelihood of having issues in school like suspensions or absenteeism.

In comparison to the virgin populace, teenagers who engaged in casual flings had lesser GPAs, did not care much about the educational institute and faced more issues in school. Teenagers who had casual flings additionally had a greater likelihood of facing suspensions or expulsions.

Sexually active teenagers irrespective of a committed relationship or casual flings were at an augmented likelihood of being truant and with greater dropouts in comparison to abstinent teenagers. The investigators pointed out that the drop-out outcomes must be deduced warily since the figures are small-sized.

Those teens who had sex beyond a romantic relationship might lead to exacerbated stressful experience which was contributory to issues in school.

The research dismissed the thought process that all teenage sex is dire. Researchers point out that the kind of relationship truly matters and have laid emphasis on practicing safe sexual practises for averting teenage pregnancies and STDs.

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