More about the book
Children need help to build up a constructive picture of what being a grownup is and where sexuality fits into the world. Parents, and those who work with children, need to step up and provide kids with real sexual facts, and with responsible notions of sexual behaviour.
The Sex EXplanation Handbook helps in three main ways:
1. It includes the most difficult sexual topics;
2. It gives actual words you can use for ages preschool through the teens – and the words are in plain English;
3. It encourages and gives suggestions for talking about the sexual behaviours you feel are important.
Kids need information and they need direction. This book helps you provide both.
Table of Contents : The Sex EXplanation Handbook
An Introduction to the Handbook and how to use it.
Chapter 1 Sexual Facts and Values; Parents’ Fears; How to Talk; A Plan for Getting Started
Chapter 2 Intercourse: Penis/Vagina
Chapter 3 Oral Sex and Anal Sex
Chapter 4 Other Sexual Practices; Various Sexual Topics:
Kissing, Touching; Masturbation; Contraception; Wet Dreams; Ejaculation; Bestiality; Early Puberty; Prostitution; Sexual Fantasies; Fetishes; Games and Gear (SM, B&D, Sex toys); Menstruation; Abortion
Chapter 5 Sexual Orientation: Heterosexuality, Homosexuality, Bisexuality
Chapter 6 Transsexuality and Cross Dressing
Chapter 7 Sexually Transmissible Infections and Preserving Sexual Health
Chapter 8 Risky Sex and Safer Sexual Practices
Chapter 9 HIV Infection and AIDS
Chapter 10 Sex Crimes
Chapter 11 Pedophilia and Pornography
Chapter 12 The Media, The Internet, Mobile Phones, and Safety
Chapter 13 Helping Kids Develop Decision Making Skills
Chapter 14 Habits of Self Protection: Common Sense in Action
Appendix Introduce Sexual Topics at Which Ages
How the chapters work
Chapter 1 gives ideas on answering questions, initiating discussions, expressing your values; and a plan to get you started.
Chapter 2 gives words to explain penis/vagina intercourse,and includes sections on related subjects such as virginity, abstinence, IVF, premature ejaculation, birth, sex play in young children, orgasm, age of consent.
Chapters 3-11 include general information on the topics, as well as wording suggestions for different age groups.
Chapters 12, 13 and 14 are aimed at helping children develop self protective behaviors and decision making skills. They include words for different age groups, as well as ideas for thinking rehearsals and safety skills practice.
Ideas for values discussions are included throughout the book. Parents are encouraged at every point to express their feelings about how people should behave with one another sexually. Kids need direction as much as they need information.
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