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A new survey shows that about a quarter of teens say that sexual intercourse or oral sex are equally likely to occur in either situation. The national telephone survey, released this week by the Kaiser Family Foundation, polled teens between the ages of 15 to 17 and was conducted July 11 to 17, by International Communications Research.
Researchers say the survey shows there's little difference when it comes to what teens are doing sexually in their relationships with the opposite sex, whether it's a casual encounter or part of a long-term relationship. About a quarter of teens said oral sex and sexual intercourse are a routine part of both types of relationships. In addition, more than a third of all sexually active teens said they have had sexual intercourse in what they considered a "casual" relationship.
In contrast, teens were more likely to say that activities like kissing and touching define a more serious, dating relationship, which suggests that they consider these to be more intimate behaviors. But the survey shows teens are more likely to use condoms in a casual sexual encounter than in a more serious relationship.
Researchers say that suggests that teens might be a bit too trusting in their relationshipseven though they're aware of the risks. Rather than using a form of birth control that might protect them from a sexually transmitted disease, 6 in 10 said they are more likely to use birth control pills than condoms if they are in a relationship with someone they trust.
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