Sex: A Topic of Conversation with Dr. Sol Gordon

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Through lively question and answer sessions, America’s foremost sex and family educator shows parents, teachers and health professionals how to talk to young people in language they will understand.

Program #1 For Parents of Young Children
What’s talked about:
playing doctor, parental nudity, it’s okay not to know everything, embarrassing moments, role models, homosexuality, can you tell them too much?, wet dreams, and sex on TV.

Program #2 For Parents of Teenagers
What’s talked about:
reasons for not having sexual intercourse, birth control, teenage vulnerability, sex vs. love, risks & realities of sexual activity, relationships, sexually transmitted diseases, homosexuality, initiating conversations with reluctant teens, and responsibility.

Program #3 For Teenagers
What’s talked about:
peer pressure, AIDs, sexually transmitted diseases, pregnancy, abstinence, sex vs. love, self-esteem, misconceptions, boys’ lines, girls’ lines, masturbation, birth control.


“An excellent resource for community groups and parents to use in the education of their own children.” – Susan Henderson, Coordinator of Education, Planned Parenthood, Dallas, TX

“…An excellent resource and comfortable approach for youth and adults to open the lines of communication on what’s often a very difficult subject.” – Sharon Rodine, National Organization On Adolescent Pregnancy and Parenting (NOAPP)

“Sol Gordon engages his audience in a very special conversation about sexuality that is at once respectful, compassionate, factual and fun.” – Joan S. Benesch, Co-founder of Sex Education Coalition, Washington, DC.