Monday, April 04, 2005

Clinton Legacy Comes Into Focus

Oral Sex Safe and Not Really Sex, Say U.S. Teens

CHICAGO (Reuters) - One in five U.S. teenagers say they have engaged in
oral sex, an activity that some adolescents view as not sex at all and certainly
less risky than intercourse, a report released Monday said.

The survey of 580 children with a mean age of 14-1/2 found 20 percent
said they had engaged in oral sex, compared to 14 percent who said they had
engaged in sexual intercourse.

New York Senator Hillary Clinton commented on the report by saying,
"I'm afraid I don't know much about this subject, maybe you should ask my
husband."