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Sexy Smarts! Let’s talk about it! – An essential resource for young people, adults, educators and health care providers, in fact for anyone wanting factual information, advice and tips on how to start the often-difficult conversations around human sexuality. Thank you, Sr Ruth, for sharing this wisdom borne out of many years of answering so many young people’s questions around this issue with sensitivity and honesty.
- Dr Ros Boa Sexual Medicine Practitioner (MBBCh, FECSM)
- A supportive guide for young South Africans
- For use as an ongoing reference book after attending a sexy Smarts programme
- A resource for continuing conversations about sex and sexuality in homes and communities
- A comprehensive standalone book for any person who doesn’t have access to formal comprehensive sex education
- Contains honest and accurate answers to questions frequently asked by teens
- A conversation starter for having talks about sex with young people
- A useful guide for structuring conversations on a broad range of topics
- Focused on healthy decision making, relationship skills, developing sexuality and medically accurate information about sex, safety and contraception.
- Written in non-judgemental language that encourages discussion
- Covers the entire sex education curriculum and can be used to as a guide for sex education in the class room
- Includes case studies and discussion points to encourage learner interaction
- A guide for peer group discussions
- An accessible, systematic approach to information
- Anyone can use the book to facilitate conversations about human sexuality
Decision-making using the ‘5 As’. Sr. Ruth with Awareness glasses, Assessment hat and Action gloves.
Sharing information about contraception / ‘safer sex’ using PrakPacks. With thanks to Khulumani Gogo/Mama group – www.khulumani.net (Photo credit: Ruth Loubser)
Sr. Ruth communicates about unique identity using fruit. Venue – The Khulumani Gogo/Mama conference room on the East Rand. With thanks to Khulumani (Photo credit: Chantelle Finnaughty) (www.khulumani.net)
“Wall of anonymous Questions “at a youth sexuality and HIV/AIDs presentation. Questions were answered in the presentation. (Photo credit: Ruth Loubser)