There is a serious disconnect in what the generation who raised us thinks they taught about sex and shame versus what we actually learned.
Joseph McBride believes that forcing young men to repress their sexuality is unhealthy, ineffective, and ultimately abusive.
We will all be living in the dark shadows until we can talk about sex openly and authentically –here’s why…
What I learned from my mom and dad about alcohol. 1. My dad was a full-blown alcoholic. 2. My mom rebelled against that alcoholism. 3. They divorced when I was 6 and my dad drank himself to death.
Did you know that abstinence-only sex ed programs don’t work? Joanna Schroeder on a better way to help teens live healthier, happier lives.
You have the chance to ask anything. What would you say?
My partner and I don’t see eye-to-eye on every parenting decision. But there is one parenting choice we completely agree on, and that is what to teach our son about sex.
Quentin Lucas discusses the false security we feel in not talking about sex.
TomSka tells you everything you need to know about puberty in 7 minutes.
What should our children be learning about sexuality and their bodies? Alison Tedford interviews sexologist Dr. Jess about changing attitudes and curriculum. — Controversial changes to curriculum about the birds and the bees has parents in Ontario, Canada buzzing. I interviewed Dr. Jess O’Reilly, a sexologist from Toronto, on the topic. The controversy began with […]
Victor Warring wants men to know that self-pleasure is worthy of respect, joyful playfulness and honest sharing.
Josh Misner was the only dad at an event for parents and daughters to discuss a girl’s path through puberty. Here is what happened.
A personal story about how my being sex-positive was interpreted as being a possible predator by a popular tech company in the bay area.
There is a need to move from positioning sex education as a tool to reduce short-term risks to a vehicle for promoting equitable, pleasurable and affirming relationships throughout life.