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Talking with Kids
about Sexuality

Talking with children about puberty, bodies, sex, and relationships will help them stay safe and healthy as they grow up.  Here are some tips and resources to help you talk!


Answer Tough Questions

Follow the link below to learn more about answering tough questions.

Start a Conversation

Teachable Moments happen every day. We can use them to hear what children think about a sexuality topic and also to share healthy messages. Follow the link below to learn more.

Adults Have a Big Influence

Research shows that adults can influence healthy sexuality. Find more resources on how by following the link below.

Hey, What Do I Say?

Download our parent to parent guide on how to talk  to children about sexuality.

Download Guide

Age-Appropriate Information

Want tips for talking to kids of specific ages? Follow the link for help.

Age-Appropriate Tips

More Resources

Follow the link for more websites and books to assist you.


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