The privacy rights of teenagers are being put to test in Kansas, where a federal lawsuit is challenging a so-called “kiss and tell” law requiring all sexual activity by young teens be reported to authorities.

Under the 24-year-old law, doctors, school counselors and psychotherapists, among others, are required to report the sexual activity of anyone younger than 16 as evidence of child abuse.

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