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Generally, sex is an akward subject and is still so between parents/guardians and teenagers.If you wish to talk to your teens about sex, some motivational thoughts should come to mind and trigger your determination. These includes

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Abarna Posted: Monday, July 1, 2013 3:57:01 PM(UTC)
 
I am a mother of 16 year old boy, should I have to talk to him about sex education, or his father should talk? Which way will be comfortable for him? and Could you please give some case study or sample conversation would be very much helpful.