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Garcia-Vega, E., Menendez Robledo, E., Fernández García, P., & Cuesta Izquierdo, M. (2012). Sexuality, contraception and unsafe sexual behavior in adolescents. International Journal of Psychological Research, 5(1), 79–87. https://doi.org/10.21500/20112084.764
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In recent years there has been further liberalization of sexual behavior in the Western world, this tendency manifests itself especially in adolescents. The aim of the present study is of knowing the sexual behaviors of our young persons, as well as the unsafe sexual behaviors, in order to know those variables that could be involved in these behaviors. The study was carried out by 815 students (54,6 % girls and 45,4 % boys), through  of an auto-report. Were observed few differences between the sexual practices and the age of beginning between boys and girls. The condom was the method of the first choice in the first sexual relation coital. The consumption of alcohol and the quantity of sexual pairs are risk conducts exercised in major measure for the boys. On the other hand, the girls are protected from sexually transmitted diseases, but there is increase of abortions, for what it would be necessary to affect in a better protection.



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