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100 Questions You'd Never Ask Your Parents: Straight Answers to Teens' Questions About Sex, Sexuality, and Health

3.47  ·  Rating Details  ·  34 Ratings  ·  9 Reviews
Teens have questions about sex. This simple manual answers their questions--honestly, simply, and reliably.

What does an orgasm feel like?

Does masturbating have any long-term negative effects?

Does alcohol kill brain cells?

Teens have questions about sex; it's a matter of who they ask and how reliable the answers are. Collected directly from teens and presented in a simple an
Paperback, 160 pages
Published August 27th 2013 by Roaring Brook Press (first published July 16th 2013)
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Apr 12, 2014 Helen rated it really liked it
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This is a very straightfoward and succinct Q & A book for middle-schoolers and teens. This is not meant to substitute for a trusted adult; it is merely a list of non-judgmental answers to teens' questions, mostly about sex. The sex and drug answers are short and to the point. The bullying answer seems a little too short and mostly refers kids to a trusted adult, but most adults fail miserably at addressing this issue anyway.

Kids will probably look up a lot of these questions on the Internet
2.5 - Small enough to be discreet, but perhaps too small to have all the answers a person would want. I question whether a teen would even think to look for a book with these question rather than just searching online. I can't say as I would recommend to a parent either, as its answers are all over the place, and is without much depth in the answers. As we don't have a separate YA nonfiction section in my library (YA nonfic is interfiled with adult nonfic), I believe this book will get lost unle ...more
Apr 22, 2014 Alison rated it really liked it
I wonder how many teens would actually seek out a book that they have to checkout or buy. But it does have a variety of resources on subjects that teens are more likely than not getting incorrect information on from the internet and what they hear from peers or partners. The format is straightforward and makes it easy for the reader to gather information for particular questions or concerns they might have.
Donna Siebold
There are certainly questions in this book that I would never have asked my parents - especially my mother! At least one page is devoted to each question. This is a smaller book - approximately 7 1/2 inches tall - so a page is not huge. The answers are frank and direct. The book should prove very useful.
Nov 23, 2015 Cris rated it it was ok
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Some of the questions I remember wanting answers to when I was a pre-teen. The answers are a mixed-bag. Henderson seems to be shooting for a no-nonsense tone that answers the question in a straight-forward way that'll appeal to teens and preteens. Sometimes she manages that. But frequently the answers sound condescending, and like they've been run by some sort of 'morality' police.
This is a great book to give any teen. It gives them important health, safety, and emotional advice they may not ask their parents. It's a small thin book, and each question is answered succinctly and without condescension.
A succinct book for middle schoolers and high schoolers answering basic sex and drug questions. The underlying tone of the book isn't always sex positive, though, and tends to favor abstinence.
Reba Lynn
Really help full
Mar 27, 2014 Michelle rated it really liked it
Very informative and straight forward. Unbiased writing and clinical terms. I would highly recommend for teens.
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