On the set of Netflix's "Sex Education," an intimacy coordinator helped ensure a safe environment for the young actors performing unapologetic sexuality.
Blowjobs and overprotective fathers will never mix.
Sex always will be sex, but today our hope for our children -- especially our daughters -- to develop strong boundaries and a sense of self-worth has become an uphill battle. The culture of sex has hit a scary trend, especially as it pertains to respect.
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Porn is what it is. And for the most part it is a visual aid to assist in male sexual arousal. It's not designed to be sexual
Studies reveal that teens who share open conversations about sex are more likely to delay sexual activity, and practise safer sex. Here are some things that parents can do to ensure your teenager comes to you first - at least in difficult times.
This was especially true for boys.
It may be time to rethink sexting laws as they apply to teens, when it is punished far more harshly than the actual sex acts may be.
There's no time like the present to start this ongoing conversation.
From adolescence on, young women are punished for being "too" sexual.
16. If you're curious about threesomes or other nontraditional forms of intimacy, college is the perfect time to experiment
While not everyone will be a fan of the way he presents the information, John Oliver brings forth a poignant conversation we need to be having -- both as parents and as communities (school systems).
What happened to Zach Anderson shouldn't happen to anyone. The 19-year-old used a dating app to met a young woman. They had sex. She said she was 17, but actually was 14. Zach was arrested and is now a registered sex offender for the next 25 years. The person responsible for this ruling is Judge Dennis Wiley.
Surprisingly good news!
Very few things in adolescence are certain but there is one thing upon which most teenage girls agree, and that is, they must be sexy. They must wear the short shorts with their rear's hanging out to fit in and get attention.