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Am I Ready to Be a Dad?
This pamphlet asks young men to think hard about the consequences of having a baby too soon. It emphasizes the responsibilities involved with becoming a father and meeting a child's needs. The series of tough questions encourages teen boys to choose to wait for fatherhood.
Am I Ready to Be a Mom?
This teen pregnancy-prevention pamphlet asks teenage girls to think through what's involved in becoming a parent, including the emotional and financial responsibility. It encourages them to think about their future and to wait until they are older to have children.
10 Good Reasons Not to Be a Teenage Parent
Written and reviewed by people who are or were teen parents, this pamphlet gives positive, age-appropriate reasons for teens to postpone parenthood. Written in a "Top 10" format, this pamphlet encourages teens to wait to have a child until later in life. It is written from the experiences of teen parents.
50 Things You Need to Know About Birth Control
This pamphlet provides a concise overview of birth control options, including female and male condoms, hormone treatment (including pills), IUD, and the diaphragm, to help readers decide which method is best for them. It also includes information about emergency contraception and encourages readers to see a health care professional and to talk openly with their partners.
Teens, Sex and Birth Control
This pamphlet encourages teens who are having sex, or who are thinking about having sex, to get accurate information about birth control and to take steps to avoid an unplanned pregnancy. It offers an excellent overview of birth control for teens and focuses on key issues, such as why to use it, where to get it, how to prevent STIs and more.
50 Things You Should Know Before You Have Sex
This pamphlet dispels myths and increases knowledge about abstinence, pregnancy, birth control, HIV and other STDs (STIs) with 50 thought-provoking facts. Designed to encourage young people to think before they act, this pamphlet helps young people make good decisions and encourages them to postpone sexual involvement.
The Teen Pregnancy Quiz
Even the savviest teens may be surprised by what they learn in this thought-provoking pamphlet. Using an engaging Q&A format, this piece encourages young readers to think about the consequences of teen pregnancy (difficulties in finishing school, missing out on time with friends, health risks to baby, etc.). It discourages early sexual activity and reinforces good communication and decision-making skills. A great hand-out for teen pregnancy prevention programs, this pamphlet gives young men and women plenty of motivation to avoid an early pregnancy.
Before You Date An Older Guy...
Help teen girls make the decision not to date adult men with this empowering pamphlet. It acknowledges the attraction and the risks--and encourages them to say "no" to older guys. The pamphlet discusses the potential for premature or coerced sex, and the consequences thereof.
50 Things Men Need to Know About Sex and Responsibility
Help young men act responsibly about sex with this pamphlet. The popular "50 Things" format includes facts about birth control, pregnancy, HIV and other STIs, date rape, communication, fatherhood and more. This pamphlet lists concrete ways guys can make good decisions about sexual involvement.
Birth Control: Ten Things a Man Can Do
This pamphlet encourages men to take responsibility for birth control. It offers 10 practical things they can do, including using condoms, bringing up the issue of birth control, and providing financial and emotional support to their partners.
The Condom Quiz
Engage and inform readers about condoms with this fact-filled title. This multiple-choice pamphlet offers information that will spark interest, while delivering a persuasive argument to use condoms and practice safer sex. Using a creative approach that gets young people thinking, this piece encourages condom use through a series of multiple-choice and true-or-false questions.
Ten Good Reasons to Use a Condom
For sexually active young people, using condoms can be a good way to protect themselves from unplanned pregnancy, HIV and other STIs. This pamphlet gives 10 persuasive reasons to take responsibility and practice safer sex, and encourages condom use.
Men, Babies and The Law: 15 Things You Should Know
Help young men understand the legal and financial responsibilities of fatherhood with this pamphlet, which recommends waiting to have sex or using birth control if they are not ready for the responsibility. The pamphlet provides 15 facts about male responsibility and pregnancy and includes information on paternity, custody and child support.
Babies: Not Me, Not Yet
Using the nationally syndicated LUANN™comic strip characters, this pamphlet dramatizes the reality of being a teen parent and promotes waiting to have sex.
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