Hundreds of thousands of teens nationwide are expected to participate in the tenth annual National Day to Prevent Teen Pregnancy on May 4, 2011. The purpose of the National Day is to focus the attention of teens on the importance of avoiding too-early pregnancy and parenthood through an interactive online quiz and game.
On the National Day, teens nationwide are asked to go www.StayTeen.org to participate in several online activities that challenge them to think carefully about what they might do “in the moment.” The message of the National Day is straightforward: Sex has consequences.
This year, the popular National Day Quiz will be animated for the first time. Young people will also be able to play a new, online game—Invasion of the Myth Monsters— that challenges them to help prevent the spread of myths and untruths about sex, contraception, and pregnancy.
More than a half-million teens participated in National Day activities in 2010 and nearly 4.2 million individuals have taken the National Day Quiz since 2002.
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