A new survey conducted across 20 cities in India, in which roughly 15,000 teens between the ages of 13 and 19 were interviewed, revealed that the average age of first sexual contact for boys is 13.72 years, and the average age for girls is 14.09 years.
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New Survey Shows Teens Having Sex As Early As 14
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