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Questions You Can't Ask Your Mama About Sex is exactly that - questions too uncomfortable to talk about with your parents. This collection of discussions is drawn from real questions asked of the folks at XXXchurch.com. No topic is off limits - masturbation, pre-marital sex, technical virginity, pornography, homosexuality, sex toys, sex addiction.
Not for the squeamish, these issues focus on the culture and commerce of sex to tell you what God has to say about keeping your clothes on. If you have questions about "doin' it" that are burning a hole in the back of your head (or somewhere else on your body), look no further than this book.
Number of Pages: 112
Vendor: Zondervan/Youth Specialties
Publication Date: 2005
Dimensions: 8.00 X 5.31 (inches)
Availability: In Stock
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Not the birds and the bees, guys plumbing vs. girls plumbing, how-it-all-works talk. Lets talk about sexuality; your sexuality and the sexuality of others. Lets talk about what is and isnt okay to look at, do, and think about. Questions You Cant Ask Your Mama About Sex is exactly thatquestions too uncomfortable to talk about with your parents. This collection of discussions is drawn from real questions asked of the folks at XXXchurch.com. No topic is off limitsmasturbation, pre-marital sex, technical virginity, pornography, homosexuality, sex toys, sex addiction. Not for the squeamish, these issues focus on the culture and commerce of sex to tell you what God has to say about keeping your clothes on. If you have questions about doin it that are burning a hole in the back of your head (or somewhere else on your body), look no further than this book.
Craig Gross founded Fireproof Ministries and XXXchurch.com and is the author of several books, including The Dirty Little Secret and Questions You Can't Ask Your Mama about Sex. He currently lives in Pasadena with his wife, Jeanette, and two kids, Nolan and Elise.Mike Foster is the founder and senior creative principal at PlainJoe Studios, a national design firm specializing in strategic ideation, interactive media, and environmental design. Mike also leads Ethur, which is a non-profit organization developing initiatives that promote social and cultural change. Mike lives with his wife, Jennifer, and their two children in Southern California.
Gerie Biffle2 Stars Out Of 5August 2, 2010Gerie BiffleIts a good concept to put hard to talk about questions in the open for adults and teens. However, answers(though great Christian advice) were often too simple, not really practical for real everyday life, and redundant. Also, as a parent, I did not like the promiscuous "sex education" offered by this book. If, by some chance, my teen didn't already know what a (for instance) "Rainbow Party" was, I don't want them to know it exists. This book did not capture my teens interest, so from my point of view, the purchase did not accomplish my purpose.