This is not like a full post o. It is to inform all those who asked for the name of my Sex Education book, (not written by me) which I couldn't find on the shelf. I found it, updated the sex Education
post. However, on second thoughts, I feel like some of us may have forgotten and may not go back to see my favorite Sex Education Book "Preparing Your Daughter For Every Woman's Battle" It is my all time favorite. It takes the stress of parent's shoulders by teaching the girls in details and not giving out what some people may consider too much or too little.
It is so easy to read and understand. Like I said when I updated the old post, this book is divided into two parts: One for the parent and the second part for the parent and the child. It teaches you what to say and how to say it.
A little from the back cover: ... Girls are bombarded with messages about sex- from friends, advertisers, media icons and more. All of these along with the whirlwind of emotions that accompany puberty can leave them confused. Filled with unasked questions about boys, dating, sex and their own value... Recognizing how awkward it can be to confront the topic of sex, Author Shannon Ethridge guides you and your daughter through enjoyable yet memorable discussions about sexuality... Author Shannon Ethridge is a wife, mother and lay counsellor. She got a Masters Degree in Counselling/Human Relations. To see some of the topics you'll find in the book, Go to: How To Teach Sex Education Without Tears.
*Clears throat* urm, Well, for parents of boys. I wish I can help. I have not had the privilege of teaching any boy Sex Education, so, NO EXPERIENCE! However, I think that boys do not have any need to learn all these vocabularies. Am I wrong?
Anyway, may be, you tell the boys that whoever impregnates a girl will be forced to marry that girl and be ejected out of the family home to start a living alone with new wife. LOL!