What do you think about this sexxxxy sex ed poster?
But really, should sex ed encourage hard ons?
It is tough to come to the realization, but I know I've failed a bit already. "The days of 'the talk' are over. Think sound bytes." Although I've always answered his questions, what I was lead to believe was the proper way, I don't think he's asked enough questions, not because he's not curious, but because he's basically shy.
Here are Juno actors, Jason Bateman and Michael Cera, trying to cover the mechanics of The Sex Talk.
The MidWest Teen Sex Show is a bit more successful as it graphically and humorously talks about sex and all sorts of teenaged unmentionables. Yeah, used to be, Mom threw a book at you to learn about sex. Now she pulls up YouTube or a podcast.
Check out this episode about parents and The Talk, but don't miss the podcasts about male and female masturbation, the first time, birth control, and back door explorations. (Seriously, watch one. You'll laugh your momma lovin' behind off.)
I guess it beats Freaks and Geeks.