Sexting is one of those things you want to get ahead of before your kid starts doing it. Need some solid conversation starters? We’ve got you covered.
You want to set limits but also defend your young woman’s choice to wear WTF she wants, without shame. Here’s one way of getting there.
Swapping correct anatomical words like "penis" and "vagina" with the vague term "private parts" in the sex-ed curriculum doesn't uphold modesty—it teaches shame.
You may remember baffling chalkboard diagrams, awkward videos and separate sessions for boys and girls. But today’s kids are learning sex through flirting on Facebook, Snapchat selfies and sexting.