Get to like your own body.
Kids are all computer-savvy. Sit down and write to your parents on the computer. And just say, I have some questions and I’m scared. There’s some stuff I don’t know and I really need to talk to you about sex. Tear it off and put it on their pillow. They’ll read it.
They are uncomfortable talking about sex because they don’t want people to think they know about it.
Kids and adults have sex for many, many reasons… Put out a question box.
We teach teens what we think they ought to know, and we never tell them what they want to know.
If you don’t know about it, you can’t get it.
If you can’t laugh about sex, you shouldn’t be doing it.
It’s sad that the most glorious of sexual experiences can make us feel guilty, ashamed, embarrassed, and abnormal.
Sex is… perfectly natural. It’s something that’s pleasurable. It’s enjoyable and it enhances a relationship. So why don’t we learn as much as we can about it and become comfortable with ourselves as sexual human beings because we are all sexual?
Americans are a decade behind Canada when it comes to sex education and understanding their bodies.
As long as I’m having fun, I’m not quitting.