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A Sharp Knife Cuts Best: Setting Limits and Teaching Boundaries

This past weekend, I was a speaker and panelist at the BIL Conference. It was an amazing time, with some wonderful speakers. And of course, having the chance to connect with other sex educators and geek out was great. During one of the presentations, a participant asked a question about how she could set some […]

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“Family-Friendly” is a Cop Out

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Have you noticed how often the word “family” or the term “family-friendly” gets used? And have you given any attention to what it has come to mean? The newsfeeds have been all a-buzz today with the story of Leisha Hailey getting kicked off a Southwest Airlines plane when she kissed her girlfriend. According to the […]

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Upcoming Event: Gender Spectrum Family 2011 Conference

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The Gender Spectrum Family Conference is the only event of its kind, a celebration of gender inclusiveness for all children and teens. A unique gathering dedicated solely to the needs of┬átransgender and gender nonconforming children and teens, their families and loved ones, and the community of professionals and allies who surround them, the weekend is […]

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