Join us for PSP's The Talk: Sex-Ed 2.0 for Parents of Tweens & Teens with Sexuality Educator, Rachel Lotus, on Tuesday, January 26th @ 7:30pm.
The notion that a single sex talk at home or a handful of classes in school are enough to guide young people toward healthy choices and sexual empowerment is, thankfully, fading.
But this leaves many parents floundering. While we may want to encourage conversations with our children about bodies, gender, relationships, consent, identity, and beyond, we aren’t always sure what to say, how to say it, or when to begin.
When is the “right time” to start talking? What, exactly, should we be talking about at various ages? How do these conversations change when puberty strikes in earnest, crushes hit hard, social drama escalates, and identities are explored?
In this talk for parents of tweens and teens, sexuality educator Rachel Lotus will discuss all of this and more, with a particular focus on the unique challenges of parenting adolescents in the modern age.
Attendees will leave equipped with actionable steps, practical help with language, and developmentally appropriate resources.
What: PSP The Talk with Rachel Lotus: Sex Ed 2.0
When: Tuesday, January 26th
Cost: $30.00 for members/$35.00 for non-members**
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The Talk: Sex Ed 2.0 will address:
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email. Your unique Zoom link will be sent ahead of the event. These Zoom links can't be shared - so one link per computer.
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- Reflecting on/examining your own relationship to sex/uality
- How and when to address difficult subjects (e.g. porn, consent, sexual harassment, safe sex).
- Managing media consumption and its connection to self-worth.
- Supporting exploration of gender and sexual identities.
- Tips for keeping lines of communication open with your tween.
Learn more at: www.thetalknyc.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.