Parents used to be the primary source of information about sex. Now media are so prevalent in every facet of life that information comes from all directions.
There are some steps parents can take to become more involved in their teens' sexual choices. Mikki Rose of Parenting magazine suggests talking to children about sex when they first begin to ask about the birds and the bees.
The State of Florida's Abstinence Program Great To Wait also offers some important tips parents should remember. One of them suggests using movies and music to spur discussions with teens about sexual situations.