A concerned parent contacted me with these great questions about early development during puberty.
A concerned parent contacted me with these great questions about bathroom privacy.
It is tempting to think fifth graders aren’t ready to learn about puberty and sexuality. After all, they’re just children, right? Yes, fifth graders are typically 10 and 11 years old. However, they have many characteristics that make it important to teach…
During the pandemic, more people who are sheltering in place have turned to online sexually explicit images (porn, pornography) for entertainment.
As a sex educator, of course I am always teaching. Did you know that I am also always learning? I recently completed two big goals!
Cuties blipped across my awareness when I saw a photo of four preadolescent girls in suggestive poses.
Do you feel prepared to have “The Talk” with your child? Take a class to get ready.
When you begin a project, gather the tools you will need to do the job: puberty resources.
Parents know it is important to prepare their children for adulthood. What about child sexual development?
Are you an askable adult for your child?
Books are a great tool for teaching about puberty!
Every parent I've met wants to do a good job teaching their child about puberty. Help is here.