This half-hour WRAL special examines what teens know about sex, how they get their information, and ways parents can talk to their teenagers about this subject. WRAL News Anchor Debra Morgan meets a teen mother struggling to balance school, work and parenthood, while also reaching out to other girls to keep them from becoming teen parent statistics. Then, a teen father determined not to be a ‘deadbeat dad’ tells his story. Teenagers discuss growing up in a “sex-obsessed society,” and myths they hear from their peers and what parents and teachers have taught them about sex and teen pregnancy prevention. This special first aired May 25, 2006 and won a Mid-South Regional Emmy in the Community Service category.