"Sex and the Single Teen". Abigail Culter, Ross Douthat, Terrence Henry. The Atlantic Monthly. Boston: March 2005. Vol.295, Iss. 2; Pg.50, 1 pgs. http://proquest.umi.com/pqdweb?did=795369801&sid=5&Fmt=3&clientld=35494&RQT=309&Vname=PQD.
This article discusses other polls that were done for teens. It was showing the decrease in sexual activity and the increase in birth control for those who were still having sex. It also showed, based off of studies, that teens between the ages of 15 and 17 were having sex less in a matter of about a decade. High percentages used birth control, which was an increase from the previous data in the `80's. This article has some good statistics that can be used in arguments.