The book focused on how couples could use the internet to increase communication, to explore fantasies and to improve their offline relationships. The press gleefully whipped up a controversy, accusing Deborah of encouraging people to use the internet to cheat on their spouses
Interesting article. We are too hung up about sex in this country, so it's always nice to see people that are fighting the fight to ensure kids start growing up sex positive, healthy and informed. I'm doing my best with my four kids to do the same. It's a tough fight though, when you have an ultra-religious ex-husband and a school system that doesn't bother to teach sex ed! I asked about the district office about this, but they just let me know they do AIDS education in 5th grade and that's it.
Hmmm. AIDS education without sex ed? The hell? So this summer, we're having a family sex ed course wherein I do my damnedest to ensure my kids are going to be comfortable asking questions, whether to me and my boyfriend, or to their future partners in experimentation, and that they know that some unknown god isn't going to smack them down for, um, smacking themselves down, if you catch my drift ;)
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