180 Degrees

A whole new way to think about sex


What the Teenagers Have to Say!

13 y/o Female:
“I like her honesty, she genuinely cares about us.”

13 y/o Female: What new info did you learn today?
“What I’m worth!”

13 y/o Male: 
“I liked her because she has told me things that I did not know and she made a difference in my life.”

13 y/o Female:  What did you like least?
“The fact that I didn’t know exactly how far to go UNTIL NOW.”

14 y/o Male: 
“You are great at what you do and you do know what we go through.”

14 y/o Male: 
“It’s really good advice.  Thanks!”

18 y/o Female: Has this info helped you make a decision for abstinence?
“Yes, my mind is made up.  This session is really good and interesting.  Don’t change anything about it.  Thank you for your time!”

18 y/o Female: Has this info helped you make a decision for abstinence?
“Yes, because I have already made that choice.  It just made me realize that I am making the RIGHT choice.”

31 Adult: 
“Jennifer, I think you have a wonderful program.  I wish I had the opportunity to hear this material when I was a teenager.”

15 y/o Female: What new information did you learn today?
“That you could always have secondary virginity.”

18 y/o Female:  
“I’ve always taken it [sex] so lightly and you have hit me hard with it.”

18 y/o Female:  What new info did you learn?
“Everything that I already knew but was blind to realize.”

18 y/o Male: What did you like best?
“The information that needed to be said, that usually isn’t”

14 y/o Female: 
“What I liked best was the fact that you took time out of your life to do this for students.  That means a lot.  You can rightfully say that you have helped people from getting STDs and/or ruining their lives.”

13 y/o Female
“She really liked what she did and I can tell.”

13 y/o Female:  What did you learn today?
“You can change your future.”

15 y/o Female:  What did you like best?
“The truth!”

180 Degrees was featured on the FRONT page of the Dallas Morning News on March 31, 2007. Check out the article here.

If you want to be heard, then let us know how the 180 Degrees program affected you.

Email Rich Shelton.