6 edition of Talk about sex found in the catalog.
Talk about sex
Janice M. Irvine
Janice M. Irvine offers not only the first comprehensive history of the culture wars over sex education but also an important examination of the politics of sexual speech in the United States. Exploring the clash between professional sex education advocates on the one hand and the politicized Christian Right on the other, Irvine demonstrates the crucial role that sexual speech plays in cultural politics. Examining a range of issues played out in living rooms and schools since the 1960s, she shows how a newly emerging Christian Right chose sex education as one of its first battle-grounds, then went on to dominate the public conversation on the subject. Talk about Sex is a consideration of American sex education"s strategic place in the long history of efforts to regulate sexual morality by controlling sexual speech. Irvine"s original argument shows how sex education served as a bridge issue between the Old Right and the New Right. Exploring the political uses of emotion as it relates to sexuality, Irvine demonstrates how this movement draws on the tenacious power of sexual shame and fear in order to galvanize opposition to sex education. This book demonstrates how -- by framing sex education as radical, dangerous, and immoral -- the Right has fostered a climate in which it is risky, as former Surgeon General Joycelyn Elders found, to speak out in support of sexuality education.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Janice M. Irvine.|
|LC Classifications||HQ57.5.A3 I78 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 271 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||271|
|LC Control Number||2001058500|
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This is a tough talk to have with the kids, and I appreciate the approach this book takes: If you are going to have sex, then you must assume you are ready to raise a baby. It's clinical and not opinionated, it discusses dangers like diseases including pregnancy, and it covers bodily changes/5(94).
aThis is an excellent book for parents on how to talk to their children about sex. Maxwell gives practical guidance on sharing values with their children. Her focus on teaching self-discipline and developing self-control is a refreshing counterpoint to a pop /5(28).
I bought this book because we have three of four hitting the teen/preteen stage quickly. Discussions that needed to happen were not happening fast enough. this book is a great encouragement to stop thinking about it and talk to your kids about sex. Talk to them, before someone else does.5/5(5).
Talking about love, crushes, weddings, and new babies is just as important as giving an anatomy lesson and using the correct body names for genitalia.
Her book is required reading for any sex. I'm Cath, a sex educator living in Australia with my husband and 2 kids. I help parents to talk about sex (with less cringe and more confidence) and empower their child to make smart sexual decisions.
To find a better way to talk about sex, you can join my community. 'Boys & Sex' author Peggy Orenstein talked with more than boys age 16 to 22 and found that the way we're talking to boys about sex is all wrong. Your birds and bees talk needs a Author: Brad Wieners.
In 6th grade, you should also start talking about safer sex options, including birth control, but you should also inform them that abstinence is the only option that is percent safe. You can show them the different options and even demonstrate by rolling a condom on a banana. Throughout this safer sex discussion, reinforce.
The sex talk isn’t enough: How to teach teens about healthy relationships “The Period Book: A Girl’s Guide to Growing Up” by Karen Gravelle and Jennifer Gravelle. How to Talk to your Child about Sex ( Years) Handling the birds-and-bees responsibly Give up on the idea of presenting the subject in one big chat -- you'll overwhelm your child with more bewildering and even distasteful information than she can process at once.
Talking with Your Teens about Sex: Going Beyond “the Talk” Parenting a teen is not always easy. Youth need adults who are there for them—especially parents* who will connect with them, communicate with them, spend time with them, and show a genuine interest in them.
Talking with teens about sex File Size: 1MB. This helped bolster me for our impending big talk with Moo. This married couple has had the talk with each of their nine children when they turn 8 years old, and present sex in a super positive way to give them a healthy, respectful attitude for it and that it is created to share with your spouse only/5.
Do not talk about sex right after having sex. Again, pick a more "neutral" time as well. Do not blindside your spouse. If you want to talk about sexual problems, let your spouse know (without placing blame) that you think the two of you need to have a talk about your sexual intimacy.
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How to talk to your teenager about sex. Talking with your kids about sex and sexuality early in life really pays off once they’ve hit their teens.
If you’ve established yourself as open to discussing those topics, “your kids are probably going to feel more comfortable talking to you and asking you questions,” says Thornhill. About the Author: Cath Hakanson.
Cath Hakanson is a mother, nurse, sex educator and founder Sex Ed ng her 20+ years clinical knowledge, a practical down-to-earth approach, and passion for helping families, Cath inspires parents to talk to their kids about sex so that kids can talk.
To kick off NPR's "Let's Talk About Sex" series, NPR's Ailsa Chang talks with two sex educators, Emily Nagoski and Dominick Quartuccio, about where people learn about sex. Talking with kids about sexuality helps keep them healthy and makes your relationship stronger.
There are many ways to start conversations about sex and sexuality, and it gets easier with time and practice. Kids have lots of questions. They need answers, but they don’t always need all the details. How To Talk To Your Kids About Sex: Life Kit Consent, dating, masturbation, porn.
It can be difficult having conversations about sex and relationships with teens. NPR's Life Kit has a few tips to.
Continued Book Smart. A good sex education book can help you cover all the topics -- and it offers a place to point your child when you run out of words or feel your cheeks : Louanne Cole Weston, Phd.
Plus the right book will help to prepare him for the changes that will soon be coming his way. You will find two lists of puberty books for boys in this book review list.
The first list is the boys books that don't talk about sex. They only talk about puberty. Books that are reliable, informative and honoring to sex, marriage and the Creator of both can also be very helpful.
Two good examples are The Gift of Sex: A Guide to Sexual Fulfillment by Dr. Clifford and Joyce Penner and Intended for Pleasure by Dr. Ed and Gaye Wheat. But for many people uneasiness about sex may be rooted in life experiences.The "big talk" is a thing of the past.
Learning about sex should not occur in one all-or-nothing session. It should be more of an unfolding process, one in which kids learn, over time, what they need to know.
Questions should be answered as they arise so that kids' natural curiosity is satisfied as they mature.