Am I Ready? Making Healthy Sexual Decisions
Catalogue Number: 600571
Producer: Human Relations Media
Subject: Guidance, Health and Medicine
Grade Level: 6 - 8, 9 - 12
Country Of Origin: United States
Copyright Year: 2011
Running Time: 20:00
Closed Captions: Yes
In this edgy, true-to-life program, real teenagers and health experts talk frankly about the importance of healthy decision-making when it comes to sexual activity. The program unpacks the many factors that go into a young person's decision to become sexually active or not, beginning with a discussion of sexual pressure from the media, peers and partners. Viewers are reminded that more than half of all students do not have sex before graduating from high school. Teens and health experts discuss the epidemic of sexually transmitted infections among youth and the life-changing effects of an unplanned pregnancy. Viewers learn how to reduce their risk for both by correctly using condoms and other forms of contraception. Presents abstinence as a healthy choice for teens and emphasizes the benefits of delaying sexual activity.
Includes Resource Guide.
"Highly Recommended... while the overall message of the film is for teens to delay sex until they're older and can be certain they're not having sex for the wrong reasons, it also provides basic information about protecting themselves from STIs and pregnancy should they decide to go ahead. This DVD should be a part of any teen health collection in a library, school or clinical setting." - Educational Media Reviews Online
"Highly Recommended." - Video Librarian
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