aware, putting condom machines in schools, or lecturing them on
abstinence. Unfortunately and tragically, our various
governments think so. Too many public health and educational
authorities unfortunately think so. Too many writers and
celebrities unfortunately think so. WE'RE GOING TO SHOW YOU
HOW, in upcoming articles, you can effectively teach, without
embarrassment, and get your kids to practice and develop the
habits of safer-sex and/or abstinence.
because they are uncomfortable talking about their
decisions. They're too embarrassed to bring up the subject;
they fear rejection; or they just aren't sure how to say what
they want to say.
safety issues. And so it is no surprise that we were quick to respond
to the danger of HIV/AIDS. We were among the first to integrate safer
sex principles into our lives.
Unfortunately, the danger is not yet past.
Just Say Yes is an irreverent and unabashedly pro-safe-sex, pro-woman, pro-queer, and pro-choice comprehensive sex education pamphlet. It was originally written for Chicago High School students by the Coalition for Positive Sexuality Highly recommended, very opinionated (some people might disagree, for instance, about their negative opinion of IUDs and Norplant), but right on target.