Parents should embrace their role as sex educators
May is #SexEdForAll month. May used to be Teen Pregnancy Prevention Month, however there is only one way to prevent pregnancy, and that is sex education. If a person is not educated about prevention, they don’t have the tools to practice safer sex. Safer sex includes everything from abstinence to effective and affordable birth control. It should be available to anyone.
I recently published a piece on Medium about this very topic. In the article, I offer parents a few tips on how to talk to their kids. I also explore why it is important for schools to become involved, as well.
Sex is part of the human experience. Shouldn’t we have honest conversations about sexuality? Embrace your role as a sex educator. To read more about this, check out this newsletter.
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