Featured in Orange County Register, “Talking to your kids about sex”

IN THE NEWS Featured in Orange County Register, “Talking to your kids about sex” Some parents are unable to talk with their children about sex, and some children avoid the topic completely with their parents. When kids become teens, it becomes even more difficult. Here’s what former teacher and sociologist Jill Greer of Laguna Niguel says about her program, The...

Common Sense Media offer advice and resources for healthy media and technology consumption,

For Parents Common Sense Media Common Sense Media offer advice and resources for healthy media and technology consumption, Parents can use the organization’s media reviews tool to look up movies, apps, TV shows, books and games and view a content breakdown of specific elements like violence, language, substance abuse, role models and sex. Answer Answer is a national organization established by the New Jersey Network for Family Life Education to offer sex ed resources to parents, teens, and advocacy groups. Planned Parenthood Federation of America The site offers advice for how to talk to young people about sex and sexuality, how to parent teens who may be sexually active, and even how to answer questions from LGBT children and teens. The Guttmacher Institute For parents who are curious about trends, and want the latest data on issues like contraceptives, puberty and sexual initiation, the Guttmacher Institute offers a scholarly approach on research, education, and police The National Campaign to Prevent Teen and Unplanned Pregnancy The National Campaign’s goal is to prevent teen and unplanned pregnancy, especially among single, young adults. The site offers resources to parents and runs several spin off websites like StayTeen.org and Bedsider.org that target young people at different ages and stages in their sexuality. The Sexuality Information and Education Council of the United States (SIECUS) SIECUS educates and advocates for better sex ed in the United States. Sexual Health at the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) For the most frank and up to date information about sexual health, check out the CDC’s resources on all topics from sexual violence prevention to healthy...