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Issue Details: First known date: 2015... 2015 Honest and Subtle: Writing about Sex in Young Adult Literature
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'According to the Australian Research Centre in Sex, Health and Society’s (ARCSHS) 2013 National Survey of Australian Secondary Students and Sexual Health, over 34% of the Year 10-12 students surveyed reported having had sexual intercourse, while 69% have experienced some form of sexual activity.

'When sex is evidently a part of adolescent lives, it would be remiss not to include it in the literature written for them.

'So how should sex in young adult literature be depicted?'

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