Teens whose iPods are full of music with raunchy, sexual lyrics start having sex sooner than those who prefer other songs, a study found. Its influence on their behavior appears to depend on how the sex is portrayed, researchers found. Teens who said they listened to lots of music with degrading sexual messages were almost twice as likely to start having intercourse or other sexual activities within the following two years as were teens who listened to little or no sexually degrading music. Among heavy listeners, 51 percent started having sex within two years, versus 29 percent of those who said they listened to little or no sexually degrading music. Boys learn they should be relentless in pursuit of women and girls learn to view themselves as sex objects, he said. The study, based on telephone interviews with 1, participants aged 12 to 17, appears in the August issue of Pediatrics, being released Monday.
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