Talking the Talk

McEnroe, Colin
March 2007
Best Life;Mar2007, Vol. 4 Issue 2, p88
The article presents tips for teaching children about sex. The impact of mass media on the perceptions of children and teenagers towards sex is discussed. The need for discussing safe sex to children and teenagers is mentioned. The efforts of the author to enlighten the views of his son on sex are included.


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