The Sex Lives of Teenagers In this article by Dr. Ponton, the "secret world" of sexual teenagers is revealed. In a four part article, she discusses how Rory (a teenaged male) and his family were having issues with Rory's girlfriend staying over while the parents were out of town.
Included on the last page is some helpful advice to both parents and children regarding sexuality of teenagers. Preview Website -
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Transgender ZoneTop Rated Academic and transgender medical resources library for transgender people, transsexuals, transvesitites and crossdressers, caregivers, and their families and friends. Preview Website -
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Gentle Path Press Books, shops and resources for sex addicts and their partners. Dr. Patrick J. Carnes is the founder of the Gentle Path Press, and is a pioneer in the field of sexual addiction. Preview Website -
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I Am Transgendered!Top Rated I Am Transgendered! is a set of resources to help explain what being transgendered is and to provide advice and help individuals on their gender journey. Jamie set up this site to help her Mom understand what transgendered is, and by doing so, she hopes to help her Mom AND your Mom (as well as others) understand better also. Preview Website -
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The Birds and the Bees: Talking to Young Teens About Sex How did you learn about sex? My husband tells about coming home from school one day to find a book about "reproduction" (not sex) on his bed. Nothing was ever said about it. I, on the other hand, am part of a whole generation of girls who learned about menstruation and the mechanics of making and having babies from a movie shown after school "for girls only." Little was said at my house beyond some hemming and hawing about whether I should go to the film. Friends of mine learned what little they knew from friends, some of whom had more enlightened parents, but most of whom had equally ignorant friends. Is it any wonder that most of us were more than a little confused? Preview Website -
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Women's LawTop Rated WomensLaw.org was founded in February 2000 by a group of lawyers, teachers, advocates, and web designers interested in seeing the power of the Internet work for more disadvantaged people and specifically for survivors of domestic violence. We pulled together our experiences and resources and launched this website in October 2001.WomensLaw.org changed its formal name from Women's Law Initiative in 2005.
The Mission of WomensLaw.org is to provide easy-to-understand legal information and resources to women living with or escaping domestic violence or sexual assault. By reaching out through the Internet, we empower women and girls to lead independent lives, free from abuse.
As you will see on these pages, the site publishes state-specific legal information for domestic violence. It also publishes information on getting help in your community. We also provide help through email, directly to women and advocates, throughout the U.S. Preview Website -
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