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Sexual health Kids and oral sex

Children who grow up to respect themselves and others are more likely to make healthy decisions about their bodies.

When parents talk honestly with their children about sexual health, it helps to build a child’s self esteem.

Effective communication is key to raising sexually healthy kids. Words Can Work offers these important tips.

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