The researchers also found that a larger percentage of teen girls and women said they would be "very upset" if a pregnancy occurred compared with teen boys and men. Indeed, the researchers found that the surveyed teens' views on pregnancy played a large role in their decisions about whether to have sex and their likelihood of using contraception. A very small percentage of teens — 2 percent of teen girls and women and 7 percent of teen boys and men — said that their first partner was a person that they had "just met," the report found. Also, 60 percent of teen girls and women reported having used the withdrawal method the report did not give the percentage of boys and men who reported using this method , and 56 percent of teen girls and women reported ever using birth control pills , according to the report. For guys who have never been married, 44 percent have had sex, down from 60 percent in
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