How do we talk to our kids about sex? For some parents, this topic can be very uncomfortable, but it doesn’t have to be.

In fact, our kids need to learn about sex, their bodies, and how it all works – it’s so important!

Joining me for this conversation is Amy Lang, MA, who has been a sexual health educator for over 25 years. With her lively, engaging, and down-to-earth style, she helps parents become their kid’s go-to ‘birds and bees’ source. Amy’s books, online solutions center and podcast, Just Say This! show parents that talking about sexuality doesn’t need to be totally uncomfortable and really can be fun.

We cover:

  • When to start talking to your kids about sex
  • Why talking to kids about sex is really important to keep them safe
  • Why we need to use the proper words and terminology when it comes to consent and body parts
  • What makes people so afraid of teenagers having sex
  • How to start talking about sex when you don’t know where to start

Amy also provides childhood sexual development and sexual abuse prevention training for early childhood and youth serving organizations. Amy is still married to her first husband and they are getting the hang of parenting their recently launched man-child. She lives in Seattle WA and you can learn more about her work at

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