We compared the male sexual partners of teen girls, age 15 - 19 years-old, currently infected with a sexually transmitted infection STI versus the male partners of adult women, age 20 - 41 years-old, with an STI to determine risk factors in these high-risk sexual dyads related to the male partner. Interview of men who were partnered with teen girls and adult women, enrolled in Project Sexual Awareness for Everyone SAFE , a randomized controlled trial of behavioral intervention to reduce recurrent STIs. Men partnered with teens were younger and had significantly more sexual partners per year sexually active, shorter relationship length, and shorter length of monogamy with the index girls. Young age independently predicted STI infection in men. Although all women had an STI at intake, important differences were noted among the male partners of teens versus adults. Clinicians with similar populations may use this data to understand the characteristics of male partners of teens with STIs, in order to more effectively counsel adult and teen women on partner notification, treatment and STI prevention.
Judge rejects plea deal for Idaho woman accused of having sex with teenage boys
The male sexual partners of adult versus teen women with sexually transmitted infections
NCBI Bookshelf. The initiation of sexual intercourse is an important topic in the study and prediction of fertility. In their theoretical analysis of fertility and its determinants, Davis and Blake argued that socioeconomic and other factors affect fertility only through its proximate determinants, that is, through exposure to sexual intercourse, exposure to conception, given intercourse, and gestation and successful parturition, given conception. Since under all but exceptional circumstances, conception does not occur without it, sexual intercourse is the first of these proximate factors to be examined.
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By Kenneth Garger. June 18, am Updated June 18, am. A plea deal agreed upon by an Idaho woman accused of having sex with teenage boys was reportedly rejected by a district judge on Wednesday. Amanda Katherine Steele, 34, had struck up an agreement with prosecutors over the case stemming from her November arrest for allegedly sleeping with teens who would skip school to see her, East Idaho News reported. The teens reportedly consented to the encounters.
Get the latest news and important stories. Download the free Knewz app for iOS and Android. As reported by East Idaho News , District Judge Darren Simpson struck down the proposed amended charges filed against year-old Amanda Katherine Steele, from the town of Soda Springs, who was initially charged with three felony counts of child sexual battery committed by lewd conduct, regarding her alleged sex acts with teen boys. District Judge Darren Simpson did not think the amended charges filed against Amanda Katherine Steele, 34, fit the alleged sex offenses. The signed plea agreement changed three felony counts of child sexual battery committed by lewd conduct to two counts of felony injury to a child.