This month, I’m talking reproduction and how families are made. How do we tell kids how gaybies are made?
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VQ Sex Ed is back after a long hiatus. The series will run monthly from here on out provided y’all submit some questions. If you missed the first installment that gave general tips, you should check that out. Today, I give some advice on what to do when your kids […]
This is the first installment of our VQ Sex Ed series in which I will provide helpful hints on talking to kids about sex and answer questions submitted by readers. We have received some questions and I’ll get to those in future videos but, today, I wanted to start by […]
Submit a question for VQ’s ongoing Sex Ed series. Questions may be anonymous. And if you like, read “VQ Sex Ed: Coming Soon” by way of introduction to this feature.
I asked my kids, in the context of a conversation about song lyrics, what they think “sexy” means, and both my sons made it abundantly clear that they are suddenly totally disgusted by any talk about sex, bodies, or puberty.
The Supreme Court decided not to hear arguments in any of the five cases that were ripe for review, leaving in place rulings in favor of same-sex marriage.