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Last Updated: Jan 10th, 2011 - 11:11:15

Parent Pamphlets  


Families Are Talking
By SIECUS
Apr 28, 2008, 08:48 PST



These special newsletters have information to help parents and caregivers talk to their children about sexuality and related issues. These files are in PDF format (Adobe Acrobat is required).

Adolescents Would Prefer Parents As Primary Sexuality Educators
Teens Talk About TV, Sex, And Real Life
Children Learn About Sexuality Within A Variety Of Family Structures
What Is Puberty?
What Does It Mean To Be An Advocate?









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