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Sex Ed for Kids

Kids today know a lot more about sex than their parents would like to think - but it isn't always accurate. And sex education in schools isn't exactly comprehensive - or sex positive. If you have kids, don’t avoid “the talk.” Check in here for everything you need to teach your kids about making healthy, safe sexual decisions.
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In the best of cases, not providing kids with proper knowledge about sex, bodies, relationships and gender identity sets them up for awkward embarrassments. More likely, however, it sets them up for dangerous failures in basic human interactions.

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Once we realize that sexual education is a lifelong pursuit, we can move past the awkward questions, fears of what’s “normal,” and faked pleasure to find something deeper and more meaningful - or at the very least more orgasms and better sex.

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We all know we should talk to our kids about sex, but worry often gets in the way. Here are some of the common reasons parents avoid "the talk" - and why they shouldn't.

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