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Countless girls were always swooning over him. After the two arrived at the party, Bobby ignored Louise. She didn't know anybody there and she wandered around feeling ill at ease. To have something to do, she kept going to the punch bowl, which was full of a drink called Electric Page 50 Jello. It tasted like fruit punch, but she was sure it was full of hard alcohol. Louise was about to leave when Bobby asked her to dance. They danced a lot and Bobby told Louise how hot he was for her. She remembered them dancing into a darkened bedroom where Bobby started pulling off his clothes and then hers.
After all, it is your own and it's something for you to enjoy, not to agonize over. Page 29 Chapter Three Teenage Virgins Speak Out In the period that followed the sexually liberated '60s and '70s, many North American adultsranging from teachers and preachers to parents and politiciansexpressed anxiety over the fact that teens were having their first sexual experiences at an increasingly young age. In many schools, condom dispensers were installed in bathrooms. It was hoped that such easy access to protection would ensure that the large number of teens who admitted to having sex were having safe sex.
Bouris, Karen. The First Time: What Parents and Teenage Girls Should Know About Losing Your Virginity. Berkeley, CA: Conari Press, 1995. Elliott, Leland. Sex on Campus: The Naked Truth About the Real Sex Lives of College Students. New York: Random House, 1997. Mogalia, Ronald. All About Sex: A Family Resource on Sex and Sexuality. New York: Planned Parenthood, 1997. Page 62 Pogany, Susan Browning. Sex Smart: 501 Reasons to Hold Off on Sex: A Sexuality Resource for Teenagers. Minneapolis, MN: Fairview Press, 1998.
Everything You Need to Know About Virginity (Need to Know Library) by Michael A. Sommers, Annie Leah Sommers