[TALK LIKE SEX] When Should Parents and Kids Have âThe Talkâ?<br />
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the risk of negative consequences their children will face. Fostering an open and supportive environment will help parents remain connected to what their children are doing when they’re not around. You want to make sure you’re equipping your children with the tools they need to make the best choices for themselves when the time comes.

(For more information, download Dr. Brennan’s The Sex Ed Handbook here.)

Feminista Jones is a sex-positive Black feminist, social worker and blogger from New York City. She writes about gender, race, politics, mental health and sexuality at FeministaJones.com. Follow her on Twitter at @FeministaJones.