SIR,—Myself and my teenage colleagues are fed up with the sudden flood of newspaper writers and editors who have, so it seems, suddenly realised that there is such a thing as teenage sex, teenage morality and teenage immorality.
Why two leading national Sunday newspapers have to give a whole front page of their magazine sections over to the sexual experience among the youth of today is beyond me.
Every adult who has any knowledge of youth will know about such matters and any teenager will not want to be reminded of what he or she has done or told what he and she will do. Perhaps the news- papers are hard up for readers?
STEPHEN SKI LTON
Montgontery's House, Felsted, Essex