Sexuality and U


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We live in a world where movies, TV commercials, music videos and magazines all sell an image of who’s beautiful, what’s normal and what sex should be.

So, it’s no surprise that a lot of parents can get discouraged when trying to talk to their kids about sex. What are your words compared to the wash of messages your child sees every single day? But your words might mean more than you think. Many things will influence your child, but as a parent, you are still the ultimate source of wisdom - you’ve taught them almost everything they know.

As your child grows older, they’re going to come across a lot of questions about sex, sexuality and sexual health. And In the end, they’re going to make their own decisions - and likely their own mistakes - when it comes to their sexual health. But as a parent, you can make sure that they’re armed with all the facts and accurate information they need to make the right choices.

In this section of sexualityandu, you’ll find all the information and tools you need to guide your child down the path to becoming a sexually healthy, well-rounded adult