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Talk about your sex ed process as a teen and what you wish you’d known or talk about a case study that illustrates the point you want to make such as condoms don’t prevent contacting herpes sores on exposed parts of the body. Make a book available such as my The Teen Trip: The Complete Resource Guide based on teen’s experiences with a chapter on sexuality. Do the talk now before it gets charged by a romance. These approaches keep the focus off your teen. Ask if she or he has any questions and offer to exchange questions and answers in writing if it’s embarrassing to talk in person. I made a point of explaining to my son about how a clitoris is analogous to a penis and should not be ignored when my son started asking questions. He told his friends. Rutgers University has a sex ed website written by teens for teens. http://sexetc.org/

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