Let's Talk About It: The Teen's Guide to Sex, Relationships, and Being a Human (A Graphic Novel)

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Random House Children's Books, Mar 9, 2021 - Young Adult Nonfiction - 240 pages
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Is what I'm feeling normal? Is what my body is doing normal? Am I normal? How do I know what are the right choices to make? How do I know how to behave? How do I fix it when I make a mistake?

Let's talk about it.

Growing up is complicated.

How do you find the answers to all the questions you have about yourself, about your identity, and about your body? Let's Talk About It provides a comprehensive, thoughtful, well-researched graphic novel guide to everything you need to know.

Covering relationships, friendships, gender, sexuality, anatomy, body image, safe sex, sexting, jealousy, rejection, sex education, and more, Let's Talk About It is the go-to handbook for every teen, and the first in graphic novel form.

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User Review  - HRC0826 - LibraryThing

This book has a good chapter on consent and one or two speech bubbles on STIs. It also blames poor body image on white models, embraces the lie that gender is defined by "the society and the culture ... Read full review

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User Review  - AmphipodGirl - LibraryThing

One of my kids has been seeing sex stuff on line occasionally and it's been freaking them out a bit, so I got this for them. I figured it would be good because I really like the authors' online sex ed ... Read full review


What is first?
What is a relationship?
What are gender and sexuality?
What is body image?
What is your body?
Where do you start?
What is masturbation?
What is safe sex?
What is sexting?
What is aftercare?
What is jealousy?
What is next?

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About the author (2021)

Erika Moen and Matthew Nolan are both full-time, professional cartoonists and comic book creators. They've been married for twelve years and working together for the past eight. They reside in Portland, OR. Together they run a sex education focused webcomic called Oh Joy Sex Toy, which has won an assortment of accolades over the years and was even featured in the Tate museum in London, England.

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