Think your teens are being bombarded with enough sexual images through TV, movies, music and that cesspool called the Internet? Add the college classroom to the list. Well, actually, you can go ahead and cross that one off, since officials at ...About 100 students watched the controversial live demo in February.
Are you ready for "the talk"? Credit: Amazon
When it comes to raising children, sometimes you just want to be told the right thing to say or do.Debra Haffner, a former president of the Sexuality Information and Educati...You might not be able to find the right words to talk to your kids about sex, but these books can help.
Girls are more likely than boys to be exposed to information about hormonal birth control. Source: Getty
Ask most parents, and they'll agree it's crucial kids receive accurate, trusted information about sexual issues.But while you ...Schools and family are the most common and trusted sources when it comes to sex ed.
Do you want Kim Kardashian teaching your kids about sex? Credit: Jon Kopaloff, FilmMagic The doorbell rings. It's Kim Kardashian. And she's packed into a largely hypothetical outfit from Frederick's of OMG! "Well, heeellooo," she ...Your kids want to learn about sex from you, not Kim Kardashian.
Are we being graded on this? Credit: Getty ImagesSo, whaddaya think? Are all sexual positions comfortable? Do African-American men really have bigger, er, uh, you know ... It's difficult to even finish the question. These are not the sort of ..."Welcome to religion and ethics class. Let's talk sex organs."
Would a video game make the sex talk less awkward? Credit: CorbisAdventures in Sex City, a cartoon-y Canadian video game designed to teach young people about safe sex, was introduced in February of 2010 and caused some controversy. But it wa...
Should this magazine be on display in a library? Credit: Sex, etc.Iowa parents object to a sex education magazine being given prominent shelf space at their local library. The offending reading matter is Sex, Etc., a journal that deals w...
As a general rule, I think, many of today's moms are far more open about sex than our mothers and grandmothers were. Our kids know the actual names of their body parts (and aren't afraid to share them with the cashier at the grocery store). We don't ...
School isn't the only place where sex education is a dilemma. Most parents would like their children to remain abstinent throughout their teens, but worry that withholding information about birth control and sexually transmitted diseases will lead to...
When it comes to sex ed, we're using the honest-but-age-appropriate method of answering our kids' questions. The idea is that our kids will have had several versions of "the talk" by the time they reach puberty, with the hope that they'll be armed wi...
Remember in high school sex ed class when you had to take care of an egg? The experience was supposed to give you a little taste of what parenthood was like, as you tried to keep the egg from getting lost or broken. Now that I'm a parent I can say th...
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