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Each and every person – regardless of physical, emotional or social limitations, race, age, gender or religion – deserves romance and sexual fulfillment in their life. Talk to your daughter (appropriately for her age) about discovering who she is sexually.  Such a conversation will help your daughter enhance her sexual self-esteem and confidence in her own sexuality. 

On the one hand every girl, from teenage girls to woman, is different and has her own unique characteristics and personal limitations. For example: individuals who use sign language, a guide-dog or a wheelchair, individuals who are sensitive to stress, asthmatic etc. On the other hand, all women have something in common, which is the ability to experience FEMFEELINGS; feelings of sexual joy in their own unique, personal way.

Suggested topics to talk about:

  • Is your teenage daughter trained to say "NO” to any form of sexting?

         Sexting is the act of receiving and sending sexually explicit messages, videos or photos electronically,                   using cell phones or email.

         22% of teenage girls say they have sent or posted nude or semi-nude photos or videos of                  themselves online 1source

  • Learning to say “NO” to intimacy when you are not "up to it"
  • Learning to say "NO" to any unwanted touching, hugging, or cuddling
  • Learning to say “NO” to intimacy when your partner is drunk or under the influence of drugs
  • Learning to say “NO” to intimacy when your partner is violent
  • Learning to say “NO” to intimacy when your partner is angry
  • Learning to say “NO” to intimacy when your partner degrades you
  • Learning to say “NO” during sexual relations, even after penetration
  • Learning to say “NO” to intimacy by saying: “Please do not push for intimacy. If you really love me, you can wait.”
  • Learning to say “NO” to intimacy by saying: "We do not know each other well enough."
  • Learning to say “NO” to intimacy by saying “NO, I DO NOT WANT IT!”

IMPORTANT: TO ALL TEENAGE GIRLS, if you have any questions regarding sex, you could ask your parent(s). You could also ask your family doctor or gynecologist. Please remember that a doctor is not allowed to share your questions with other people, even your parents. (In extreme circumstances, such as cases of abuse, a doctor must share this information with other professionals in order to ensure that you receive all the help you need to get out of the abusive situation. has compiled a list of Sexting Teenage Statistics from studies done by The National Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy, The Pew Internet & American Life
Project and the Cox Communications Teen Online & Wireless Safety Survey.

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