Resources: Sex Education

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Tips for Talking with Children About Sex

Encourage communication by reassuring children that they can talk to you about anything. Listen more than you talk and think about what you’re being asked. Don’… [Read More]

Tips to Help Parents Discuss Sex Education with Their School Administrators

Parents are the primary source of their child’s sexuality education. That is why it is essential that parents and schools work together to ensure that consisten… [Read More]

Tips to Help Your Teen Understand the Serious Consequences of Sexting

There have been too many stories about normal, everyday teens whose lives have been changed forever by the click of a camera phone. Like the story of Jessica Lo… [Read More]

Advice to Parents: America’s Adults and Teens Sound Off About Teen Pregnancy

With One Voice 2010: America’s Adults and Teens Sound Off About Teen Pregnancy With One Voice 2010 – a nationally-representative survey of adults and teens – of… [Read More]

Parents Matter: The Role of Parents in Teens’ Decisions about Sex

Positive parent-teen relationships, high parental awareness and monitoring of whom their children are with, and family dinner routines are all linked to delayed… [Read More]

Tips For Talking To Your Kids About Puberty, Sexuality-Related Issues, Communication and Relationships

A toolkit is now available for just $5.  The kit includes games that encourage communication and a magnet with more than 30 keywords to keep conversations on-go… [Read More]

Dads Make a Difference When Talking to Their Kids About Sex

Research shows that Dads are an important influence on whether their teenagers become pregnant or cause a pregnancy. In many ways your behavior and the connecte… [Read More]

How to Involve Parents in Programs to Prevent Teen Pregnancy

National Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy This 36-page booklet, Terms of Engagement: How to Involve Parents in Programs to Prevent Teen Pregnancy by Karen Tro… [Read More]

Parent Resources on Sex Education

Tips for Talking with Children About Sex Encourage communication by reassuring children that they can talk to you about anything. Listen more than you talk and… [Read More]