- The Feminist Women's Health Center "If you're looking for the definitive guide to sex and sexuality, and everything that it entails, then look no further than Heather Corinna's fact-filled book. There are thirteen main chapters included, along with appendixes that cover sexually transmitted diseases and infections and a bibliography and list of recommended sources (which include phone numbers and websites, as well as books).With straightforwardness, humor, insight, and directness, the founder and editor of delves into every aspect of sexuality, and presents it in a way that teens and young adults (and us old adults, too! If you've ever had questions of any type about sex, or about your sexuality, then this is the book to use as a reference.

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An excellent resource for preteens, teens, young adults, and people working with these populations; highly recommended for most libraries." - Deborah Bigelow, "Not only would my own adolescence have been vastly less painful and confusing if I'd had access to the accurate, comprehensive, and above all nonjudgmental information that Heather Corinna so carefully provides, but S. It offers an alternative and uplifting view of sex... is an articulate, comprehensive, and just plain fun resource on all things sex. And tough subjects, like penis size and breast size are talked about in sensitive but straightforward ways that will definitely reassure young men and women.

Although the book promotes healthy sexuality, it neither encourages nor discourages teens from engaging in sexual activity. Covering topics ranging from sexuality to relationships to safer sex (and every step in between), Corinna deftly presents each issue with a refreshingly straightforward, accurate, and honest approach.... Another wonderful section gives a " sexual readiness checklist" - providing a really great tool for thinking through the meaning and consequences for one's actions.

Heather Corinna knows that sex is serious business, and that staying both healthy and happy is, too. Give it to your sons and daughters, your nieces and nephews, your friends.

Read it with them, and don't be afraid to discuss what you've read.

Heather also writes candidly about a topic too often overlooked - pregnancy options, including abortion.

Heather goes into discussing types of abortion procedures, the abortion appointment process, laws around abortion, money, communication with parents and partners, statistics and debunking the myth of emotional trauma after an abortion.

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I was especially impressed with the unbiased chapter on teen pregnancy and parenting, which explains that it’s not universally an accident, mistake or life sentence to misery and poverty. covers body basics for boys and girls, as well as sexual identity, masturbation, body image, contraceptives, sexually transmitted diseases and the emotional repercussions of making sexual decisions...