Is Everybody Doing It? guide to contraception for 13 to 17-year olds

2nd February 2001 at 00:00
Peer pressure weighs heavily on most teenagers - not just in classrooms and clubs, but also in the privacy of the bedroom. Is Everybody Doing It? is a guide to contraception for 13 to 17-year-olds. Its informative 16 pages use cartoons, fact boxes and direct language to talk young people through question they are often too embarrassed to ask.

Is Everybody Doing it?, plus other booklets covering puberty, abortion, periods and sexually transmitted diseases, costs pound;12 for 50 copies (a single copy is free) from fpa direct, PO Box 1078, East Oxford DO, Oxfordshire OX4 6JE. Tel: 01865 719418.


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