THE SEX EDUCATION ANSWER BOOK

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The Sex Education Answer Book

Author : Cath Hakanson
ISBN : 0648108961
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Mommy, where do babies come from? It¿s the question every parent dreads ¿ and, worse still, it¿s just the tip of the iceberg. Just wait for What¿s a blowjob? or What¿s an orgasm? With kids being so curious and the world being so full of sex, ignoring your child¿s questions just isn¿t going to cut it ¿ and if you don¿t tell them, they¿ll (mis)inform themselves elsewhere: the internet, their social groups, or through pornography. It¿s far better to meet your children¿s questions head-on. But how? With The Sex Education Answer Book, that¿s how. Cath Hakanson has been helping people talk about sex for more than twenty years, and she¿s heard it all: every question, every fear, every doubt. Now, she¿s decided to put it all together. The Sex Education Answer Book is the definitive guide to answering your child¿s questions, whether they¿re three or fourteen. All sorts of different belief systems, lifestyles, and political values are catered for, so whether you¿re a mother who can¿t even say the word `penis¿ or a father who just needs a nudge in the right direction, you¿ll find sensibly arranged, age-suitable answers to all the questions your child is likely to ask. With chapters organized by age rather than by topic, The Sex Education Answer Book is an easy reference that will demystify sex for both parent and child.
Category: Family & Relationships

Sexuality Education Past Present And Future 4 Volumes

Author : Elizabeth Schroeder
ISBN : 9780275997953
Genre : Education
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An exemplary team of professionals provides a comprehensive look at sex education, the heated debate over federal controls, current research and practice, programs, politics, legislation, and cultural and religious issues related to sex and sexuality education. • Dozens of tables and figures • Photographs • Timelines • Sidebars • Case studies • Appendixes
Category: Education

Sex Youth And Sex Education

Author : David Campos
ISBN : 9781576077764
Genre : Education
File Size : 33.6 MB
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Compiles information and views on sex education for youth, including the history of sex education in the twentieth century, sexual violence against youth, sexual orientation, and youth with disabilities, and lists resources.
Category: Education

Asperger S Answer Book

Author : Susan Ph D
ISBN : 9781402231797
Genre : Family & Relationships
File Size : 49.39 MB
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Child psychologist Susan Ashley answers three hundred of the most frequently asked questions parents have about Asperger's disorder, covering evaluation, social skills, thinking patterns, school success, and other topics, and includes questionnaires and checklists.
Category: Family & Relationships

Consumer Health Education

Author : American Public Health Association
ISBN : MINN:31951D03046494Y
Genre : Consumer education
File Size : 27.45 MB
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Category: Consumer education

When Sex Goes To School Warring Views On Sex And Sex Education Since The Sixties

Author : Kristin Luker
ISBN : 9780393344011
Genre : Education
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"It is difficult to imagine a juicier subject, or a more thoughtful, fluent, trustworthy guide for its exploration."—San Francisco Chronicle A chronicle of the two decades that noted sociologist Kristin Luker spent following parents in four America communities engaged in a passionate war of ideas and values, When Sex Goes to School explores a conflict with stakes that are deceptively simple and painfully personal. For these parents, the question of how their children should be taught about sex cuts far deeper than politics, religion, or even friendship. "The drama of this book comes from watching the exceptionally thoughtful Luker try to figure [sex education] out" (Judith Shulevitz, New York Times Book Review). In doing so, Luker also traces the origins of sex education from the turn-of-the-century hygienist movement to the marriage-obsessed 1950s and the sexual and gender upheavals of the 1960s. Her unexpected conclusions make it impossible to look at the intersections of the private and the political in the same way.
Category: Education

Child Sexual Abuse

Author : Esther Deblinger
ISBN : 9780199358748
Genre : Psychology
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Preceded by: Treating sexually abused children and their nonoffending parents: a cognitive behavioral approach / Esther Deblinger, Anne Hope Heflin. c1996.
Category: Psychology