Dr. Ruth Peters, not to be confused with Dr. Ruth, went on the Today show this morning to give parents of teens a little "reality check" in the ways of teen sexing. The new rule, she explains in this clip, is that teens these days six to eight weeks before doing it, so you have to monitor the fluctuations in their MySpace Top Friends carefully to figure out whether that's going on. Condom wrappers in the underwear drawer are the smoking gun โ€” "sometimes this is actually happening in your house," she explains โ€” but if you have a "little lawyer" who knows how to be "sneaky" you must amass a lot of "evidence." And if he or she refuses to stop doing it and you have a "Romeo Juliet situation"? You remove the kid from that school. Um, lady, did you ever read till the end of Romeo & Juliet? It's required reading for most kids in the virginity-losing demo, and it ain't pretty...