Third Base Ain't What it Used to Be: What Your Kids Are Learning About Sex Today—and How to Teach Them to Become Sexually Healthy Adults
Renowned sexologist Dr. Logan Levkoff’s groundbreaking parents’ guide for discussing sex with today’s teenagers
“When it comes to sex, most of us are clueless,” writes sexologist and sexuality educator Dr. Logan Levkoff. “Yes, we know how to have sex, but we have no idea how to teach our kids about it.” With the cultural discussion surrounding sex growing increasingly charged, Levkoff’s insightful how-to book equips parents with the tools and perspectives necessary for navigating this complicated landscape and talking about sex with their children in a healthy and productive way. Covering everything from anatomy and puberty to pregnancy and sexually transmitted diseases, Levkoff offers the facts and candid advice that parents can use to bring their values and experiences into the discussion on sexuality.
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