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Third Base Ain't What It Used to Be
Logan Levkoff

What Your Kids Are Learning About Sex Today- and How to Teach Them to Become Sexually Healthy Adults

NAL Trade
October 2007
On Sale: October 2, 2007
256 pages
ISBN: 0451222490
EAN: 9780451222497
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Cosmopolitan called Logan Levkoff "the Get-it-On Guru [with] smarts and a straight shooter style." Her hip and healthy attitude about sex education has made her one of the country's most popular figures on the lecture circuit. In this groundbreaking book she offers invaluable advice for today's parents who are struggling to answer their kids' questions about sex-or just trying to bring up the topic in the first place. Levkoff offers guidance on discussing everything from gender issues, body image, and sexual orientation, to AIDS and abortion.

When it comes to sex, it's a whole new ballgame- and this book shows every parent how to play it by staying calm, communicating both the facts and their values, and engaging in a healthy conversation about what's really going on between boys and girls.

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