Love and Sex in Plain Language

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Random House Publishing Group, Jan 1, 1984 - 128 pages
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How can parents effectively communicate sex information? And where can young people read it on their own? This newly revised and updated fourth edition of Love and Sex in Plain Language considers all aspects of information on sex and includes a new chapter with current information on AIDS. With changing attitudes in mind, Eric W. Johnson explains the facts about human sexual behavior and answers the questions you may be reluctant to ask: how sex organs function; sexual urges; lovemaking; marriage; how a baby is conceived, developes and is born; homosexuality; mastrubation; VD; how to prevent unwanted pregnancy, and more. Everything you want to know is here--in a book that has won praise from doctors, educators, parents, and importantly, from young people.

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ERIC W. JOHNSON is the Interim Library Director at the Sims Memorial Library, Southeastern Louisiana University, Hammond Louisiana.

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