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Let's Talk About Sex (2009)

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Every day in America 10,000 teenagers catch a sexually transmitted disease, 2,400 young girls get pregnant and 55 young people are infected with HIV. LET'S TALK ABOUT SEX takes a revealing ... See full summary »

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James Houston ...
Himself - Host
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Randall Balmer ...
Himself - Episcopal Priest, Professor of Religious Studies, Barnard College
James Barnwell ...
Himself - Pastor (as Rev. James Barnwell)
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Himself - ABC News Correspondent (archive footage)
Greg Flint ...
Himself - First Congregational Church, Eugene, OR (as Pastor Greg Flint)
Morley Hegstrom ...
Herself - Principal, Roosevelt Middle School
Ebony Johnson ...
Herself - Prevention outreach worker
Shelagh Johnson ...
Herself - Cascade AIDS Project
Evert Ketting ...
Himself - Professor of Sociology, Universitof Utrecht, The Netherlands (as Evert Ketting PhD)
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Herself (archive footage)
Deborah Roffman ...
Herself - Sexuality & Family Life Educator (as Debbie Roffman)
Irwin Royster ...
Himself - Community outreach director
John Santelli ...
Himself - Columbia University School of Public Health (as Dr. John Santelli)
Ginger Stemnock ...
Herself - Teacher
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Himself - The Daily Show (archive footage)
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Every day in America 10,000 teenagers catch a sexually transmitted disease, 2,400 young girls get pregnant and 55 young people are infected with HIV. LET'S TALK ABOUT SEX takes a revealing look at how American attitudes toward adolescent sexuality impact today's teenagers. Director James Houston takes us on a journey to examine trends in American society as personified by a cast of diverse characters. At a high school for pregnant teens in Los Angeles, young girls are contemplating teen parenthood. In Washington, D.C., where HIV infection rates rival several African countries, community outreach workers are trying to save lives. The film also travels to the Netherlands, where Houston compares European attitudes with those in America, then concludes in Oregon, where the lessons learned in Western Europe are helping to create practical solutions. Real parents and youth, compelling statistics, animation and archival material all combine to paint an urgent picture of American youth in ... Written by Anonymous

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