Podcast: Play in new window Download. This podcast will focus on how to decode boys and talk to boys about puberty, sex, porn, nudes and body image. Robyn Silverman interviews Dr. Cara Natterson about how to talk to boys about this sensitive subject matter. Boys deserve to have the right information that helps them learn about positive relationships and sex and, at the same time, helps to protect them from becoming vulnerable to societal messages about body image, pornography and violence. With so much research done on girls in the area of puberty, sex, owning their bodies and understanding their moods, there has been a refreshing move to including boys in the conversation after many years of assuming that they just quietly and easily flowed from child to adult unlike their female counterparts.
Conceived and designed the experiments: SB. Performed the experiments: GC. Analyzed the data: SB GC. Sex differences in human social behaviors and abilities have long been a question of public and scientific interest. Females are usually assumed to be more socially oriented and skilful than males. However, despite an extensive literature, the very existence of sex differences remains a matter of discussion while some studies found no sex differences whereas others reported differences that were either congruent or not with gender stereotypes.
How to Have a Boy: Is It Possible to Influence the Sex of Your Baby?
Are you wanting to expand your family and have your heart set on having a little boy? Perhaps you just started searching for ideas to help you have a baby boy. What are some things you can try? Are some methods more effective than others? Short of medically implanting an embryo that is known to be a boy, there are no guarantees when it comes to the sex of your baby.
People who survive sexual assault can experience mental health difficulties that last for years. Stigma can compound the pain of sexual assault, as a fear of stigma may deter survivors from seeking help or reaching out to others. From impossible body standards to victim-blaming, to the pressure to always put others before themselves, there is a whole lot for women to deal with from their teens and beyond. But what are the most important lessons to teach? Parents need to teach the most crucial emotional skills girls need to learn to navigate the world more effectively.