Sexual integrity promotes healthy sexual life and absence lead to risky sexual life and HIV/AIDS. Media, peer and other sources – often provide wrong guidance to adolescents. The infected and affected HIV adolescents are at peak of risk. Empirical research with descriptive design using interview schedule revealed that higher proportion of respondents had only moderate sexual integrity. Significant mean difference found between the level of sexual integrity with occupation of fathers’ and mothers’; respondents’ involvement in games, watching television and participation in HIV/AIDS awareness and no difference observed between religion and community. Sex education suggested using media, peer and professionals.

Keywords: Sexual integrity, Peer influence, Media influence, Peak of risk, Social variables, Sex education.

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