Posts Tagged ‘PSI (postponing sexual involvement)’

  • Savannah and Tenille on How Teens Learn and Think about Sex

    November 7th, 2011 | Stories | ekrhp | Comments Off on Savannah and Tenille on How Teens Learn and Think about Sex

    EKRHP – Savannah and Tenille from Appalachian Media Institute on Vimeo. Savannah and Tenille discuss how they learned about sex as teens and how they used what they learned when thinking about and making choices regarding their sexual activity.  See also EKRHP’s film on Sexuality Education and Access. Contraception Contraception is defined as the purposeful […]

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  • Carrie on Teen Pregnancy and Contraception Use

    November 7th, 2011 | Stories | ekrhp | Comments Off on Carrie on Teen Pregnancy and Contraception Use

    EKRHP – Carrie Jean Wells from Appalachian Media Institute on Vimeo. Carrie discusses her frustrations with what she witnesses as a teacher in a small eastern Kentucky school when it comes to teens and how they view pregnancy.  Carrie is discouraged by her inability to help in a broader sense than providing advice for those […]

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  • Every Six Days (Reproductive Health Film from The Appalachian Media Institute)

    February 28th, 2011 | Media, Stories | admin | Comments Off on Every Six Days (Reproductive Health Film from The Appalachian Media Institute)

    13:47 min –Rachel Chaney, Amber Watts – Although teenage parents are often stigmatized, Every Six Days interviews several new, soon-to-be, and former eastern Kentucky teen moms and dads who care deeply about their and their childrens’ futures. The teen parents in the film also reveal how challenging parenting can be, and how their lives are forever […]

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