#Sexmyths

Starting the conversation between children and their guardians.

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who is teaching your child about sex?

The discomfort of talking to your kids about sex is nothing like the discomfort of hearing your teen daughter say, "I'm pregnant."

So you haven't talked to your kids about sex. We (sort of) understand. It can be, shall we say, uncomfortable? So let's get a few things out of the way: Penis. Vagina. Condom. Sperm. Birth control. Intercourse. Ok, now take a deep breath.

If you don't think your kid is thinking about sex, think again. In fact, having sex, or at least the thought of it, is more pervasive in teenager's lives than ever. Are you shaking your head in disbelief right now? No worries: the good news is you can control the conversation, and keep your kids informed about sex. You can teach them to understand the ramifications of their actions. That's what this site is all about.

So take the quiz yourself, then sit down with your kids and take it with them. Start the conversation. Before it's too late.

Does the mere mention of sex make you giggle a little bit? Newsflash: Teen pregnancy isn't funny. Boyfriends and girlfriends, listen up. How far are you going to take this? How "serious" is your relationship? Has sex entered into the equation? You need to think before you act and understand the ramifications of your actions. Not everything you hear about sex is true. Don't let the blue sky and butterflies of "love" cloud your judgment. Make smart, sound decisions, and do the right thing. Start by taking our quiz and sharing it with your friends so everyone can be informed. Cool?

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Correct!

You cannot use your sister's birth control pills. Don't do it.

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