Resource 2: https://www.plannedparenthood.org/learn/teens
Studies prove that only 20% of teens ( in the USA) who are sexually active actually use condoms. Not only is does that mean that there is a higher chance of teens getting pregnant, but it is a higher chance of getting STDs. www.plannedparenthood.org is a website that has a section that is for teens, and there they help them and suggest many things. One of those things is how to prevent getting an STD. It explains how sex can lead to STDs, what is the best way to protect yourself from STDs, explains all you need to know about STDs and also give advice on how to talk to your parents about STDs. I think this is a great website because it is very educational, but also gives information in a way that teens can understand.It also gives the definition of difficult words or terms, This page really helps improve teens sexual health because it is teaching teens how to prevent, deal and understand the problem that are STDs.
The MeToo movement can be categorized as a movement mostly for women and their empowerment as well as the sexual assault at them. However many people wonder how the men affect it or feel about or use it. Like any topic in the media there are two sides to this question. The first being that men feel offended or feel the need to backlash or defend themselves. This article is written about actors using the metoo movement as a self defense mechanism. The second stance that some men take is the supportive stance. For example, this article by The Hollywood Reporter's is about one director who even started a new hashtag, #WeToo. A hashtag for men who are supporting the #MeToo and who are helping with the cause.
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