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tn parentaladvisory3Two months ago, Metropolitan hosted a Lifted program that was dedicated to our youth.  We used the opportunity to converse with teens and young adults about sex and relationships.  There was a great amount of participation and many of the young people were able to share their perspectives.

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tn LIFT.sex.ED tDo you believe if you have sex with your BF/GF, you’ll be together forever? Or that staying a virgin until you’re married is a “Thing of the Past”?

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teens-balloons-2aOn July 13th, teens from Metro's Teen Church went to Lewisdale Park. We passed out balloons and popsicles to those in the park. Children enjoyed the popsicles.  Quite a few of the balloons flew away, but it made the children happy. When three kids walked over to our picnic table and asked "Can we get more balloons?" Novella said, "Here. Take 5!" it made me smile. I decided to take part in the activity because I knew that it would be fun. I definitely enjoyed it. Even when people said no to our offer of balloons or popsicteens-balloons-1ales, they still smiled at us.  I would recommend doing an outreach activity to all of my friends.

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tn 4G Teens std tMetro Teens 4G is pleased to present Teens Against the Spread of AIDS (TASA) on Saturday, May 18 at 10:45 a.m.  TASA is a non profit group that is part of the National Children's Hospital in Washington, DC. TASA trains high school teens from the Metropolitan DC area on how to create and present high energy, creative, informative and fun performances and workshops for teens that address topics including sexually transmitted diseases, testing and medical care, problem solving and and other problem areas teens face. 

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