1. “Do you like when I…?” 2. “I like when you…” 3. “Will you…?” 4. “How does this feel?” 5. “Do you want me to…?” 6. “Do you want to…?” 7. “Is there anything you want to try?” 8. “Show me what you like.” 9. “Do you want to go further?” 10….
We all need practice talking about consent. Maybe these prompts can help you!
A new CDC report finds significant progress in reducing teen pregnancy, but finds sexual education seriously lacking.
Sex education doesn’t start at 6th, 9th or 11th grade. Comprehensive sexuality education is a life long process. Teen are not being shielded from sexual messages from their peers, their media or society; so why shield them in schools? Age appropriate sex ed K-12 would ensure that 100% of teens get the information they need to make the best sexual decisions for THEMSELVES.