Regardless of if you are sexually active or not, communication is most important. For those of us who are not sexually active and have questions, it is important to be able to communicate with our parents, teachers, and friends to get the answers we deserve. No one should be left in the dark when it comes to sex. You want the facts before you make any sexual decisions. For those of us who are sexually active it is important to be able to communicate with parents, teachers, friends, and most importantly your partner. You don’t want anything to get taken too far or have a miscommunication.
Talking about sex with parents, teachers, and friends is all easier said than done. That’s why we’re giving you these resources to answer all of your questions that you think may be “taboo” when really they’re questions that all of us wonder. From varieties of contraception, sex positions, getting tested, you name it – these resources can be an aid if you’re not ready to talk about sex out loud just yet.
You can ask anything like whether you can get pregnant through dry humping or how to survive a breakup online or by texting the number 66746 with the keyword ASKST, posting to discussion, or livechat.
Want better sex?
Research shows that getting to know your partner leads to better sex.
Teens & Sex: Know Your Rights
You have a right to know about sex, how to be safe, how to be healthy, and how to take care of yourself.