When parents don't talk with their tweens, pornography, peers and social media will do it for them. These are the last (and worst) places kids for kids to get their sex education.
No more wondering how much is too much information, parents will find essential, age-appropriate scripts on topics such as:
- LGBTQ issues
- Their own sexuality
- And more (a lot more)
In addition to scripts on nearly everything they need to know, acclaimed sexuality and parent educator, Amy Lang, MA, has included simple tips used by thousands of parents. These tips will make the conversations easier, effective and even fun.
They need you.
Give your tween the gift of fact-based, positive and healthy sexuality education.
They may hate it in the moment but they will thank you in the long run.
"There has been a serious dearth of advice on how to talk to tweens about sex. Amy Lang to the rescue! Her straightforward (and often funny) book gives parents the tools to build trust with their children as well as raise them to approach sexuality consciously, positively and responsibly." —Peggy Orenstein, author of Girls & Sex and Boys & Sex
"I am constantly asked by parents, "What words do I use when talking to my kids?" I have collected hundreds of sex education books over the years and this excellent book stands out! It is simpler to use than most and it covers a broad range of topics. More than ever, we need to be approachable and 'askable' parents who empower our kids. This book will help you do just that!" —Rowena Thomas, founder of 'Amazing Me' is a Sexual Health Educator based in Sydney, Australia.
"Amy Lang makes even the most blush-worthy topics totally approachable. You'll get plenty of tips to help you help your child be prepared to stay safe, healthy, and responsible. You can DO this—equipped with this book!" —Amy McReady, Parenting Coach and author of The Me, Me, Me Epidemic: A Step-By-Step Guide to Raising Capable, Grateful Kids in an Over-Entitled World
"Amy Lang offers honest, open talking points that educate parents (and their kids) with a fun yet concise voice. If this book goes missing, look under your child's pillow!" —Kim Cook, RN CHES, Author, Teen World Confidential: Five-Minute Topics to Open Conversations; Founder, The Sex Education Alliance