If this is the route you choose to go, you'll want to do some things to support that and assure it is used effectively. The review suggests that anal sex is exotic among the sexual practices of some heterosexuals and that "for a certain number of heterosexuals, anal intercourse is pleasurable, exciting, and perhaps considered more intimate than vaginal sex". According to The Encyclopedia of Women's Health, published in , there has been an increased effort to provide contraception to adolescents via family planning services and school-based health, such as HIV prevention education. CDC and its partners are taking action by funding, implementing, and evaluating programs that address many of these health risks and supporting the solutions, including violence prevention, developing tools for education partners to promote healthy school environments for all students, forging national partnerships, and providing scientific leadership. Supporting schools in establishing gay-straight alliances student-run clubs that work to create safe and supportive school environments for all students, regardless of sexual identity or similar groups. It is also common for subject review panels and schools to avoid the subject. Children Born to Teenage Mothers In addition to increased health risks, children born to teenage mothers are more likely to experience social, emotional, and other problems. Condoms are the only method of birth control which also provide protection against STIs. What data we do have almost all relate to penetrative sexual acts, and the superficial contact of the anal ring with fingers or the tongue is even less well documented but may be assumed to be a common sexual activity for men of all sexual orientations. If you experience bleeding after anal sex or you notice a sores or lumps around the anus or a discharge coming from it, see your doctor as soon as possible. Among teens in the UK seeking an abortion, a study found that the rate of contraceptive use was roughly the same for teens as for older women. Linking schools to community organizations that provide physical health and mental health services for gay, lesbian, and bisexual youth.