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Birth control
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  1. This week we want to hear what you think about contraception/birth control. What comes to mind when you think of birth control?
  2. Tell us how you first learned about contraception/birth control.
  3. What questions do you have about birth control? (Can’t think of anything now? What questions have you had in the past?)
  4. If you had questions about birth control today, where would you look for an answer?
  5. Is there someone you trust to ask about stuff like this? Who?

Dates: 2/21/2018 – 4/17/2018

Breastfeeding
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  1. This week’s questions are about breastfeeding. What is the first thing that comes to mind when you think of breastfeeding?
  2. Breastfeeding includes feeding a baby from the breast or pumped breast milk in a bottle. How do you think breastfeeding impacts babies?
  3. In what ways do you think breastfeeding impacts mothers?
  4. How do you think breastfeeding compares to formula feeding?
  5. Were you breastfed as a child? How do you feel about that?

Date: 9/6/2019

Consent
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Intro: We want to hear your thoughts about consent- meaning consent in a physical or sexual encounter.

  1. How would you define consent in a physical or sexual encounter?
  2. Are there situations when someone doesn’t need to give/get consent in a physical or sexual encounter? When?
  3. Can consent be nonverbal? If so, how?
  4. Is there ever a time when someone is too drunk or high to give consent? Tell us more.

Dates: 1/10/2018 – 3/6/2018

Contraception coverage
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Intro: This week we’re going to talk about health insurance coverage of contraception (birth control). A 2014 policy requires that contraception be free for anyone with health insurance.

  1. On a scale from 1-5, how important is this policy to you? (1= Not at all, 5= Extremely important)
  2. Has insurance coverage of contraception helped you or someone you know? Tell us about it!
  3. Time to vote! Would you keep this policy, repeal it, or change it? Why?

Dates: 10/18/2017 – 4/7/2018

Expedited partner therapy
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Intro: We’re back again with more questions about chlamydia and gonorrhea- this time focused on treatment.

  1. If you had chlamydia or gonorrhea, how important would it be to YOU that you help your partner(s) gets treated? Why?
  2. Did you know that you may be able to get medication for your sexual partner(s) if you have an STI? (Your partner may not need to be seen by a doctor!)
  3. What do you think of this policy to get medications for your sexual partners?
  4. If you ever got chlamydia or gonorrhea, would you ask your doctor for medication to give to your partner(s)? Why or why not?
  5. What do you think would help get the word out about this policy?

Date: 8/24/2018

Healthy relationships
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  1. “What’s love got to do with it?” Have you ever been in a romantic relationship?
  2. What do you look for in a romantic partner?
  3. Give us an example of a couple in a healthy romantic relationship. What makes it healthy?
  4. How do you know when a romantic relationship is unhealthy?
  5. If you found out a friend was in an unhealthy relationship, what would you do?

Dates: 1/31/2018 – 3/27/2018

Intimacy
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  1. We want to know how kids should learn about physical intimacy (hugging, kissing, sex, etc.). Tell us how you learned about intimacy.
  2. What is the right age to start talking about intimacy? Why?
  3. Who do you think should teach youth about it? Why?
  4. How do you wish it was taught to you?
  5. How would you teach it to your child (if you had one)?

Date: 3/22/2019

Oral sex
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  1. A recent study showed that very few youth use protection (condoms/dental dams) during oral sex. Why do you think this is?
  2. On a scale of 1 to 5, how risky do you think it is to have oral sex without protection? (1-Not risky at all, 5- Very risky)
  3. What do you think are the risks (if any) to not using protection during oral sex?
  4. What might help more people use protection during oral sex?

Date: 3/1/2019

PrEP
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  1. This week’s topic is related to sexual health. Do you think HIV is a problem in your community? Why or why not?
  2. What methods have you heard of to prevent getting HIV?
  3. PrEP (Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis) is a daily medication that prevents HIV transmission. Have you heard of PrEP? If so, from where?
  4. Who do you think would benefit from taking PrEP?
  5. What do you think keeps people who need PrEP from taking it?

Date: 4/3/2020

Romantic relationships
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  1. Let’s talk about love! Name the most romantic thing someone has done for you or you have done for someone.
  2. What made it romantic?
  3. Picture the person that makes you go “heart eyes”. What makes them special to you?
  4. We see couples in real life, media and on TV who inspire us. Who are your #relationshipgoals? Tell us why.
  5. How many people do you hope to truly love in your lifetime? Why?

Date: 3/8/2019

Sex ed from docs
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  1. This week is about what you think doctors should teach youth about sex. Do you think doctors should talk to youth about sex? Why or why not?
  2. Have you had a conversation about sex with your doctor? What was the conversation about?
  3. How do you think doctors should talk to youth about sex?
  4. What are the most important things that doctors should tell youth about sex?
  5. What do you think doctors should NOT say to youth about sex?

Date: 4/5/2019

Sex education
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  1. How old were you when you first learned about sex?
  2. Where or from whom have you learned the most about sex?
  3. What is the most important thing you learned from sexual education at school?
  4. What questions do you have about sex?

Dates: 9/13/2017 – 3/3/2018

Sexting
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  1. The media talks a lot about sexting but we want to get your take. First, what do you think sexting means?
  2. In your opinion, how often do people your age send naked or semi-naked photos using a cell phone?
  3. Do you think it is ok to send naked or semi-naked photos using a cell phone? Why or why not?
  4. When would receiving a naked or semi-naked photo make you uncomfortable? Why?

Dates: 8/30/2017 – 2/17/2018

Sexual assault
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  1. Sexual assault has been in the news quite a bit recently. How would you define sexual assault?
  2. Is sexual assault an issue people your age worry about? Tell us about it.
  3. What do you think can be done to eliminate sexual assault in your community?

Dates: 2/14/2018 – 4/10/2018

STI coverage
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Intro: Now we want to ask about coverage for sexually transmitted infections (STIs). Right now, screening and treatment for STIs is free for anyone who has health insurance.

  1. On a scale from 1-5, how important is this policy to you? (1= Not at all, 5= Extremely important)
  2. Has insurance coverage of STIs helped you or someone you know? Tell us about it!
  3. Now it’s time to vote! Would you keep this policy, repeal it, or change it? Why?

Dates: 10/25/2017 – 4/14/2018

STI testing and treatment
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Intro: We want to talk about chlamydia and gonorrhea, two of the most common sexually transmitted infections (STIs).

  1. Would it be hard for you to get TESTED for chlamydia or gonorrhea if you wanted to? Why or why not?
  2. If you tested positive, would it be hard for you to get TREATED for chlamydia or gonorrhea? Why or why not?
  3. If you thought you had chlamydia or gonorrhea, where would you go to get treatment?
  4. If you got chlamydia or gonorrhea would you tell your sexual partner(s)? Why or why not?

Date: 8/17/2018

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Birth control
This week we want to hear what you think about contraception/birth control. What comes to mind when you think of birth control? Tell us how you first learned about contraception/birth control. What questions do you have about birth control? (Can’t think of anything now? What questions have you had in the past?) If you had questions about birth control today, where would you look for an answer? Is there someone you trust to ask about stuff like this? Who? Dates: 2/21/2018 – 4/17/2018
Breastfeeding Image
Breastfeeding
This week’s questions are about breastfeeding. What is the first thing that comes to mind when you think of breastfeeding? Breastfeeding includes feeding a baby from the breast or pumped breast milk in a bottle. How do you think breastfeeding impacts babies? In what ways do you think breastfeeding impacts mothers? How do you think breastfeeding compares to formula feeding? Were you breastfed as a child? How do you feel about that? Date: 9/6/2019
Consent Image
Consent
Intro: We want to hear your thoughts about consent- meaning consent in a physical or sexual encounter. How would you define consent in a physical or sexual encounter? Are there situations when someone doesn’t need to give/get consent in a physical or sexual encounter? When? Can consent be nonverbal? If so, how? Is there ever a time when someone is too drunk or high to give consent? Tell us more. Dates: 1/10/2018 – 3/6/2018
Contraception coverage Image
Contraception coverage
Intro: This week we’re going to talk about health insurance coverage of contraception (birth control). A 2014 policy requires that contraception be free for anyone with health insurance. On a scale from 1-5, how important is this policy to you? (1= Not at all, 5= Extremely important) Has insurance coverage of contraception helped you or someone you know? Tell us about it! Time to vote! Would you keep this policy, repeal it, or change it? Why? Dates: 10/18/2017 – 4/7/2018
Expedited partner therapy Image
Expedited partner therapy
Intro: We’re back again with more questions about chlamydia and gonorrhea- this time focused on treatment. If you had chlamydia or gonorrhea, how important would it be to YOU that you help your partner(s) gets treated? Why? Did you know that you may be able to get medication for your sexual partner(s) if you have an STI? (Your partner may not need to be seen by a doctor!) What do you think of this policy to get medications for your sexual partners? If you ever got chlamydia or gonorrhea, would you ask your doctor for medication to give to your partner(s)? Why or why not? What do you think would help get the word out about this policy? Date: 8/24/2018
Healthy relationships Image
Healthy relationships
“What’s love got to do with it?” Have you ever been in a romantic relationship? What do you look for in a romantic partner? Give us an example of a couple in a healthy romantic relationship. What makes it healthy? How do you know when a romantic relationship is unhealthy? If you found out a friend was in an unhealthy relationship, what would you do? Dates: 1/31/2018 – 3/27/2018
Intimacy Image
Intimacy
We want to know how kids should learn about physical intimacy (hugging, kissing, sex, etc.). Tell us how you learned about intimacy. What is the right age to start talking about intimacy? Why? Who do you think should teach youth about it? Why? How do you wish it was taught to you? How would you teach it to your child (if you had one)? Date: 3/22/2019
Oral sex Image
Oral sex
A recent study showed that very few youth use protection (condoms/dental dams) during oral sex. Why do you think this is? On a scale of 1 to 5, how risky do you think it is to have oral sex without protection? (1-Not risky at all, 5- Very risky) What do you think are the risks (if any) to not using protection during oral sex? What might help more people use protection during oral sex? Date: 3/1/2019
PrEP Image
PrEP
This week’s topic is related to sexual health. Do you think HIV is a problem in your community? Why or why not? What methods have you heard of to prevent getting HIV? PrEP (Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis) is a daily medication that prevents HIV transmission. Have you heard of PrEP? If so, from where? Who do you think would benefit from taking PrEP? What do you think keeps people who need PrEP from taking it? Date: 4/3/2020
Romantic relationships Image
Romantic relationships
Let’s talk about love! Name the most romantic thing someone has done for you or you have done for someone. What made it romantic? Picture the person that makes you go “heart eyes”. What makes them special to you? We see couples in real life, media and on TV who inspire us. Who are your #relationshipgoals? Tell us why. How many people do you hope to truly love in your lifetime? Why? Date: 3/8/2019
Sex ed from docs Image
Sex ed from docs
This week is about what you think doctors should teach youth about sex. Do you think doctors should talk to youth about sex? Why or why not? Have you had a conversation about sex with your doctor? What was the conversation about? How do you think doctors should talk to youth about sex? What are the most important things that doctors should tell youth about sex? What do you think doctors should NOT say to youth about sex? Date: 4/5/2019
Sex education Image
Sex education
How old were you when you first learned about sex? Where or from whom have you learned the most about sex? What is the most important thing you learned from sexual education at school? What questions do you have about sex? Dates: 9/13/2017 – 3/3/2018
Sexting Image
Sexting
The media talks a lot about sexting but we want to get your take. First, what do you think sexting means? In your opinion, how often do people your age send naked or semi-naked photos using a cell phone? Do you think it is ok to send naked or semi-naked photos using a cell phone? Why or why not? When would receiving a naked or semi-naked photo make you uncomfortable? Why? Dates: 8/30/2017 – 2/17/2018
Sexual assault Image
Sexual assault
Sexual assault has been in the news quite a bit recently. How would you define sexual assault? Is sexual assault an issue people your age worry about? Tell us about it. What do you think can be done to eliminate sexual assault in your community? Dates: 2/14/2018 – 4/10/2018
STI coverage Image
STI coverage
Intro: Now we want to ask about coverage for sexually transmitted infections (STIs). Right now, screening and treatment for STIs is free for anyone who has health insurance. On a scale from 1-5, how important is this policy to you? (1= Not at all, 5= Extremely important) Has insurance coverage of STIs helped you or someone you know? Tell us about it! Now it’s time to vote! Would you keep this policy, repeal it, or change it? Why? Dates: 10/25/2017 – 4/14/2018
STI testing and treatment Image
STI testing and treatment
Intro: We want to talk about chlamydia and gonorrhea, two of the most common sexually transmitted infections (STIs). Would it be hard for you to get TESTED for chlamydia or gonorrhea if you wanted to? Why or why not? If you tested positive, would it be hard for you to get TREATED for chlamydia or gonorrhea? Why or why not? If you thought you had chlamydia or gonorrhea, where would you go to get treatment? If you got chlamydia or gonorrhea would you tell your sexual partner(s)? Why or why not? Date: 8/17/2018
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