"We're saying the same for a terror attack - it's highly unlikely but if you are in the middle of it this is the advice I ask young people to follow."
Good, effective approach contrasting the poison in Teen Vogue with the account of Joseph Sciambra and the writing of St. Catherine. Zoom in on the Last Judgement painting for some thought provoking horror. Honestly though, I didn’t linger on the photo of excrement on the pavement, lol.
In females, changes in the primary sex characteristics involve growth of the uterus, vagina, and other aspects of the reproductive system. Menarche , the beginning of menstruation, is a relatively late development which follows a long series of hormonal changes.  Generally, a girl is not fully fertile until several years after menarche, as regular ovulation follows menarche by about two years.  Unlike males, therefore, females usually appear physically mature before they are capable of becoming pregnant.
The teenage brain is built to seek out new experiences, risks and sensations – it’s all part of refining those brain connections.
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