This page is designed to help you get the conversation about sexuality started and keep it going. Talking to children about sexuality is very important, however it’s not always easy. We encourage you to have an open, honest relationship with your children. The resources below are designed to help you get the conversation started with your children about sexuality.
Talking to our teens about sex and sexuality may not always be easy. We're here to help you get the conversation started. Check out this video.
Research shows that teens are more sexually active than parents think. By the time they're 19, seven out of 10 teens have had sex. Two thousand teens get pregnant in the U.S. every day. And teens have very high rates of sexually transmitted infections.
Parents really can make a difference. We can talk with our kids, build strong relationships with them, and set clear expectations and boundaries for them. These are proven ways we can help prevent teen pregnancy, reduce our teens' chances of getting sexually transmitted infections, and help ensure that they lead healthy and rewarding lives. So let's get talking.
Talking to Kids About Sex and Sexuality
Let's Talk: Parents, Teens, and Sex
Helping Teens Delay Having Sex
Parenting Teens Who May Be Sexually Active
Talk to your children about their bodies
Communication is very important and we want to help parents talk to their kids. We invite churches, schools, neighborhood friends, scout troops, parent organizations, even your company's "brown-bag" lunch group for a "coaching session" to help you talk to your kids about growing up. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange for this workshop. Get a group together, we'll make sure you get the information you need to talk about sexuality in your family.