Deborah Tolman is an advocate for this viewpoint and states that societal pressures to be "good" cause girls to pay more attention to what they think others expect of them than looking within themselves to understand their own sexuality. More urban girls than rural girls discussed sex with their friends. Prevention of STIs should be a priority for all health care providers for adolescents. Sexual risk behaviors associated with having older sex partners: Retrieved 7 May — via bmj. Hyper-texting and hyper-networkingxamining why too much texting and social networking is associated with teen risk behavior. Taking risky opportunities in youthful content creation:
Adolescent girls and boys who are attracted to others of the same sex are strongly affected by their surroundings in that adolescents often decide to express their sexualities or keep them secret depending on certain factors in their societies.
Social Media and Sexual Behavior Among Adolescents: Is there a link?
Hyper-texting and hyper-networkingxamining why too much texting and social networking is associated with teen risk behavior. Parental influences on young people's sexual behaviour: Generalized linear mixed models a pseudo-likelihood approach. Most Dutch parents practice vigilant leniency,  in which they have a strong familial bond and are open to letting their children make their own decisions. The results of a study by Deborah Tolman and her colleagues indicated that adolescent exposure to sexuality on television in general does not directly affect their sexual behaviors, rather it is the type of message they view that has the most impact. Researchers state that this perspective does not address the existence of desire within girls, does not address the societal variables that influence sexual violence and teaches girls to view sex as dangerous only before marriage. National Public Radio, Henry J.