Originally posted on Love, Geeky Girl By: Dani Kessel When I grew up, I wasn’t allowed to hang things on the walls. The military base housing wouldn’t allow it. Ever since getting married and moving into an apartment, I have enjoyed covering the walls with things expressing who I am as a person. (My partner isn’t … Continue reading “What’s On Your Walls?” (With Photos!)
It is extremely important that we teach teens about sex, sexuality, and virginity. This is the best way to fight against teenage pregnancy and high STI rates.
By: Dani Kessel
Sex, virginity, and sexuality are topics which every teenager should know about. As they grow into young adulthood, teenagers will encounter these kinds of situations. Unfortunately, as I learned while mentoring young teenage girls, many schools don’t properly educate them on these matters. Without the proper education, teens may feel unprepared for handling these issues. This article will take an inclusive, sex-positive, science-based, non-judgmental approach when breaking down these things.
If you are a parent struggling with what your teen should know, please take the time to read through these 16 things every teenager should know about sex, virginity, and sexuality and become comfortable with the idea of talking to your kid on these matters.
If you are a teenager who hasn’t been taught about sex, virginity, and sexuality, have no fear. This list will break down things you really need to know, and there are a…
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It is the US National Coming Out Day. But instead of writing a post to the people coming out, I want to talk to those of you who are still closeted. You are seeing stories of others speaking their truth. It might be hard. I want you to know this: You are valid. You are … Continue reading Dear People Still Closeted Today