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Encouraging Abstinence: Ten Tips for Parents
This pamphlet provides suggestions for when, where and how parents can bring up the subject of sex and abstinence with kids and teens. This pamphlet is designed to help parents and other caregivers talk to young people about sex and reasons for waiting. It includes practical examples and suggestions.
Teaching Your Teen About Sexual Responsibility
This pamphlet helps parents communicate with their teens about sex and sexual responsibility. It also emphasizes that teaching kids to be responsible means being a good role model and staying involved in their lives, as well as talking about the issues.
There are many good ways to deliver your abstinence message, but this upbeat booklet gives you a definite edge in reaching your audience. These 16 pages provide the right amount of information balanced by the lively and contemporary illustrations. The supportive tone and fast facts will keep the reader engaged and turning pages. This booklet presents a strong, comprehensive pro-abstinence message. It also covers key issues like oral sex, how to say no if you've had sex before, support for guys, and more.
Before You Date An Older Guy...
Help teen girls make the decision not to date adult men with this empowering pamphlet. It acknowledges the attraction and the risks--and encourages them to say "no" to older guys. The pamphlet discusses the potential for premature or coerced sex, and the consequences thereof.
A Teen's Guide to Abstinence
Help teens make the decision to postpone sexual involvement with this pamphlet. It provides an overview of abstinence issues, including what abstinence is, why it's a good idea, and what you can do if someone you really like is pressuring you to have sex.
A Teen's Guide to STIs
eople an introduction to STIs. It addresses not only the risk of sexual transmission, but also the risk associated with sharing needles, including tattoo and piercing needles. It encourages teens to stay safe by choosing not to have sex (or using a condom if they do have sex), never sharing needles, talking openly with partners and getting tested.
How to Say No to Unwanted Sexual Attention
A powerful guide for teens that describes how to say "no" clearly and firmly to unwanted sexual attention in any situation, this pamphlet also offers practical prevention tips for sexual harassment, sexual pressure, and coercion. It stresses that both boys and girls have the right to say "no."
What Is Consent? (Display Poster)
Simple graphics, gender neutral language and compelling statements come together in this powerful poster on sexual assault prevention.
What is Consent? (Giveaway Poster)
Simple graphics, gender neutral language and compelling statements come together in this powerful poster on sexual assault prevention. The perfect size for wide distribution, it’s great for giving out multiple copies to young people to display in colleges, high schools, community centers and churches.
What Is Consent? Preventing Sexual Assault
Help people understand affirmative consent with this straightforward pamphlet. Covers what is and isn’t consent and explains how to ask for and listen for consent.
Sexual Rights and Responsibilities
Promote healthy, safe relationships with this title for people who are sexually active or thinking about becoming sexually active.
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