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Making Sense of "It": A Guide to Sex for Teens (and Their Parents, Too!)

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"Making Sense if 'It' is the Our Bodies, Our Selves for today: comprehensive, unbiased, medically accurate, and respectful. This should be on the bookshelf and nightstand of every household." --Pat Paluzzi, DrPH, CNM, President and CEO Healthy Teen Network

Maybe you learned about sex in school--anatomy, pregnancy, and STIs, right? You might think you've learned all there is
Paperback, 240 pages
Published September 11th 2018 by Viva Editions
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Jennifer Lambert
Nov 28, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Making Sense of “It” by Alison Macklin is a new guide to help you navigate sex ed with your kids.

Sex is an uncomfortable topic for many and this book offers a great outline of what and how to discuss various topics surrounding sexuality with our children.

I learned about sex in school. The very basics with a little film strip in 5th grade. And health class in 9th grade—anatomy, STIs, and pregnancy – from the football coach!

Our kids have lots of questions about sex.
It’s up to me as a parent to be
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At the end of the day every person (and every family) has their own thoughts and feelings about sex. Sex is still a taboo subject among many people, especially as it relates to minors. Each approach is different and each child will have different needs at different ages... which is why this book is so amazing. It places the power in the hands of parents (and teens) to learn and talk about sex at a pace and in a way that is best for them.

Parents, don't let your kids learn about the birds and the
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