Talking Sex With Your Teen

Talking Sex With Your Teen

Some parents, not surprisingly, are afraid to address sex in a positive way with their teens for fear that if we make sex sound too good, every teen will be doing it ten times a week. Not true. Within the context of giving life-saving safety information, we need to emphasize at every opportunity that sex is a good thing.
Celebrating Gender Diversity: The ABCs of SOGI 123

Celebrating Gender Diversity: The ABCs of SOGI 123

A concern came to us from a teacher recently suggesting that we may be reinforcing the gender binary when we divide boys and girls into different groups for our iGirl and iGuy workshops. That is, are we imposing gender on students by having different programs for boys and girls?
Straight Answers to Sticky Questions

Straight Answers to Sticky Questions

For males, an orgasm involves semen (the fluid that carries sperm) being ejaculated from the penis. After ejaculation, the body relaxes and the penis goes back to its usual size. For females, an orgasm involves contractions of the muscles around the vagina, and...
A Straight Answer to a Sticky Question

A Straight Answer to a Sticky Question

At the end of my evening sessions, parents often approach me privately to ask questions they “wouldn’t dare” ask in front of the group. Most of these have to do with questions their children have asked, but they have no idea how to answer. And who can blame them? Our...