Sex on Your Terms: What to Say--to Explain Your Limits, to Repel Sexual Pressure, to Avoid Being Falsely Accused, to Escape Disease
To make wise sexual choices and to avoid being a victim or perpetrator, one must have two things: knowledge and the power to act on that knowledge. While some books adequately cover the necessary factual information regarding sexual harassment, rape, and disease and pregnancy prevention, there is a great need for learning the coping skills for dealing with the sexual dilemmas that confront readers today.
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Learning the Basic Skills
How to Respond to Persuasion
Speaking Up to Avoid Disease and Pregnancy
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