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The Phil Drysdale Show- Ep 110 Shameless Parenting with Dr. Tina Schermer Sellers
Strengthening sexual health and body awareness talks within families with information that is honest, shame-free, inclusive, and empowering.
Sex Positive Families
Sex Positive Families Youtube
Consent is part of your life. Every day you interact with dozens, if not hundreds of people and consent plays a role every time. A role you’re probably unaware of, at least until something goes wrong.This foundational book explores consent in a new way and will show you the fundamentals of Consent, how to use Consent in your relationships and sex life, and what to do when Consent goes wrong.This highly anticipated and comprehensive guide delves deep to explore the ins and outs of consent in our everyday lives. Regardless of whether you’re brand new, or skilled at living a consensual life, this how-to guide is a beacon to set your course for better consent.
The Consent Academy
The Consent Academy
The Consent Primer: Foundations for Every Day Life
For American parents, teenage sex is something to be feared and forbidden, and sex is often a source of family conflict. In the Netherlands, where teenage pregnancies are far less frequent than in the United States, parents aim above all for family cohesiveness, often permitting older teenage couples to sleep together and providing them with contraceptives. Probing our child-rearing for what it tells us about our culture, Not Under My Roof offers an unprecedented, intimate account of the ways girls and boys in both countries negotiate sex, love, and growing up.