Sexuality has never been an easy or comfortable topic of conversation between parents and kids. But with all the sexual imagery and language pervading in pop-culture today, “the talk” is getting more complicated. We speak with two experts about evolving trends in sex-education as a family and public policy issue.


  • Adam Tenner Executive Director, Metro TeenAIDS
  • Deborah Roffman Sex Education Instructor, Park School of Baltimore; author, "Sex and Sensibility: The Thinking Parent's Guide to Talking Sense about Sex" (Perseus)

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