Menstruation typically begins at about age 12, but periods are possible as early as age 8. That's why it's important to discuss this topic early. Menstruation, however, can be an awkward subject to explain. So what's the best way to prepare your child? The earlier you begin talking to your child about the changes to expect during puberty, the better. Don't plan a single tell-all discussion. Instead, plan on a series of conversations. If your child asks questions about menstruation, answer them openly and honestly.
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The survey also finds there is no clear consensus among teens about the effect that social media has on the lives of young people today. The social media landscape in which teens reside looks markedly different than it did as recently as three years ago. In , three online platforms other than Facebook — YouTube, Instagram and Snapchat — are used by sizable majorities of this age group. The shares of teens who use Twitter and Tumblr are largely comparable to the shares who did so in the survey. For the most part, teens tend to use similar platforms regardless of their demographic characteristics, but there are exceptions. Notably, lower-income teens are more likely to gravitate toward Facebook than those from higher-income households — a trend consistent with previous Center surveys. For details on social media platform use by different demographic groups, see Appendix A.
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Juan J. On the other hand, men find the scent of women at mid-cycle more pleasant and sexually attractive than during the luteal phase. Females of most vertebrate species exhibit recurring periods of heightened sexual activity in which they are sexually attractive, proceptive and receptive to males. The term estrus, however, is also used to designate the ovulatory cycle estrous cycle and to refer to a specific stage of the cycle when ovulation occurs estrus phase. Moreover, the estrus stage of the cycle is not when behavioural estrus occurs since females from most mammalian species allow the male to mate only at the proestrus stage of the ovarian cycle Lisk, ; Thornton and Finn,