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Accepting Pedophilia

For the last few years, I have quietly told people that the next big battle of the sexual revolution will be over our children. The rationalization, decrimination, and societal acceptance of pedophiles seemed to be years away. 1,999 more words

Apologetics For Kids

Video: How to Stay A Virgin

Things have been fairly heavy on Sex & the Sanctuary so I figured I’d lighten things up a bit on this Humpday. Earlier this week I asked on Facebook how people who have committed to abstinence, either as a premarital principle or for another reason, maintain that commitment. 261 more words


Why the Bill on sex ed. needs to pass

MPs debated the Sex and Relationships Education (Curriculum) Bill today, it’s a bill that will probably get Daily Mail writers very blustery and red faced but it’s vital for young people in Britain that schools are made to give some sort of sex and relationship education. 573 more words


A Quick Guide to Talking about Sex with Your Child

Teach your child sexual agency. Whether boy or girl, 2 or 12, teach your child that her body is her own. No one, not even you, can tell him what to do with his body, what feels good, what is right for him, etc.

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The Topic of Sex in the Home

Non-existent would be a good place to start. Although I know that my father in particular was a sexually charged guy and there were even rumors in the community that got back to my mother that he was a serial adulterer, the topic of sex itself was never mentioned or should I say have any open lines of communication in my home ever. 430 more words


Girls & Boys

I went to a Safeguarding training session recently (mandatory training for foster carers).  It touched on things I learnt during my Social Work degree and things I have picked up since during the various jobs I’ve done.  638 more words


Planned Parenthood Thinks It Found a Way to Stop Middle Schoolers from Having Sex

Planned Parenthood is touting a new study that found its middle school sex education program successfully delays sex for both boys and girls by the end of 8th grade by encouraging more talk about the subject between students and their parents outside the classroom. 325 more words