The first time I heard a mother of girls talk about the teenage oral-sex craze, I made her cry. The story she told me—about a bar mitzvah dinner dance on the North Shore of Chicago, where the girls serviced all the boys on the chartered bus from the temple to the reception hall—was so preposterous that I burst out laughing. The thought of thirteen-year-old girls in party dresses performing a sex act once considered the province of prostitutes we are talking here about the on-your-knees variety given to a series of near strangers was so ludicrous that all I could do was giggle. It was as though I had taken lightly the news that a pedophile had moved into my friend's neighborhood. It was as though I had laughed about a leukemia cluster or a lethal stretch of freeway. I apologized profusely; I told her I hadn't known. The moms in my set are convinced—they're certain; they know for a fact —that all over the city, in the very best schools, in the nicest families, in the leafiest neighborhoods, twelve- and thirteen-year-old girls are performing oral sex on as many boys as they can. They're ducking into janitors' closets between classes to do it; they're doing it on school buses, and in bathrooms, libraries, and stairwells.
A third-grade boy was dragged into a bathroom at his Harlem elementary school and forced to perform oral sex on three male classmates, including one who was involved in an attack on a female student two years earlier, according to a bombshell lawsuit. The 8-year-old boy had just finished lunch at Public School and was in a hallway waiting for class to start when a fifth-grader, the ringleader, and two third-graders pushed him screaming and pleading for help into a bathroom stall, the lawsuit says. He said one boy held his hands behind his back during the March attack while another forced him to his knees. The three culprits then took turns pulling their pants down and demanded that the victim perform oral sex, according to court papers. After the boys were done with their sick session, the terrified victim rushed to class and told a teacher what happened, according to a report filed to the Education Department by officials at the W. The teacher alerted guidance counselor Alicia Blackwood and principal Josephine Bazan, who called the boy's mother. During the school year, he was accused of touching a third-grade girl under her skirt during a reading class, according to a lawsuit filed last week by the girl's mother. The lawsuit says the principal at the time, Charyn Koppelson, did nothing to punish the young perpetrator, or at least discourage his lewd behavior — and allowed him to continue attending the school as if nothing had happened.
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When puberty starts, your brain sends signals to certain parts of the body to start growing and changing. These signals are called hormones. Hormones also can cause emotional changes. During your teen years, hormones can cause you to have strong feelings, including sexual feelings. You may have these feelings for someone of the other sex or the same sex. Thinking about sex or just wanting to hear or read about sex is normal. It is normal to want to be held and touched by others. There are many ways to express sexuality. Sexual intercourse is one way.
If you're married to a guy, are living with a guy or have dated a guy anytime this past millennium, it's probably no surprise to you that what guys want more of is oral sex. Fellatio, blow jobs, going downtown, giving head—we blush a bit just printing the words. But in , men are hardly shy. At the end of date number three, they went home together. A few minutes into making out, recalls Holly, "He tells me, You're such a good kisser. I can only imagine what else you can do with your mouth. Undeterred, John asked a second time; Holly said no. He walked her to her car, and she never heard from him again.