The facts-of-life talk most of us received which covered sex, contraception, sexually transmitted infections, and sexual consent (the “no means no” talk) isn’t enough for today’s teens, says Toronto sex educator Cory Silverberg.  They also need the “yes means yes” talk.  It’s not enough to know that someone isn’t saying no. Teens need to be sure that their partners are saying yes. To do that, teens need to recognize the sights and sounds of a partner who is consenting to sex. Silverberg also feels that porn should be discussed with teens so they realize that porn is sex manufactured for the camera by actors and actresses and that it doesn’t represent real life.

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