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Teens – The State of the Union Series: How to Talk With Your Kids About Sex & Pornography

Sex and pornography are topics that feel uncomfortable for parents to talk about, but if we aren’t our children’s main sex educators, culture will be. If you wonder how to navigate this over sexualized society with your teen or pre-teen, this interview will help equip and encourage.

Rodney and Traci Wright, authors of How To Talk With Your Kids About Sex, travel the country as speakers and educators about healthy sexuality. We cover how to start talking about sex early, what it looks like to heal from our own experiences, how we can frame this topic in a way that is helpful, and why vulnerability is important.

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Some things you heard on the show:

How To Talk To Your Kids About Sex by Rodney and Traci Wright

Pure Desire Ministries – a safe place for hope and healing AND education

Culture Reframed – Gail Daines

“If you deny your story, it traps you. But if you own it you can write a brave new ending.” -Brene Brown

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