Puberty: it is the best of times, it is the worst of times. Emotional levels roller-coast from peaks to troughs. Adults are often seen as enemy interrogators: A teens' job is to reveal as little as possible. Different churches and different schools teach and preach dissonant views on sex. However, that shouldn't stop adults from communicating with teens-or at least trying. Some teens need to know that everyone is not having sex, that it is fine to wait. Some need to be told ways to make sex safer. Some may even need a basic lesson in the "birds-and-bees." These sites offer advice, guidance, and perspective to both you and teens.
Scarleteen: http://www.scarleteen.com/ Scarleteen's operators believe that the current abstinence-focused school sex-ed courses do not address real-world issues, and exists to give information beyond "don't."