The Best of Barbara Meltz, Part 2
Researchers and clinicians have mostly only anecdotal evidence to rely on, but here's what they widely accept as true: By third grade, the typical boy has heard the colloquial term for oral sex, but doesn't have a clue what it means.
By sixth or seventh grade, most boys and girls do. Some are experimenting with it, often in groups, sometimes in the back of a school bus.
By high school, about one-third of them are having oral sex, saying it's easy, safe, and not sex.
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