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"Not only do I appreciate the articles and stories I have read but I will refer my 14-year-old son to this Web site. The stories your site presents are fair and nonjudgmental, which is exactly what is needed by teens struggling with a myriad of questions about sex."
—Chris, 57, TX

Resources for Parents

We believe parents are the most important sex educators for their children. It can be tough to talk about sex with your own children. Answer is here to help by providing links to books, organizations, Web sites, and workshops that can support you in this critical role.

There are lots of resources that can help you become more comfortable and confident talking with your children. Your children want to hear from you, so talk early and talk often.