How A Parent Can Give A Gay Child Strength In the wake of the shocking suicide of a Rutgers student whose gay sex life was broadcast over the Web, many might wonder how his death could been prevented. Host Michel Martin speaks with Jennifer Marshall Lippincott, co-author of 7 Things Your Teenager Won't Tell You: And How to Talk About Them Anyway.
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How A Parent Can Give A Gay Child Strength

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How A Parent Can Give A Gay Child Strength

How A Parent Can Give A Gay Child Strength

How A Parent Can Give A Gay Child Strength

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In the wake of the shocking suicide of a Rutgers University student, whose gay sex life was broadcast over the Web, many might wonder how this could been prevented.

For our weekly mom's conversation, host Michel Martin speaks with Jennifer Marshall Lippincott, co-author of 7 Things Your Teenager Won't Tell You: And How to Talk About Them Anyway, to find out how parents can empower their children and make them feel comfortable with their sexuality.