Parents, Teens Struggle with Sex Education Talk

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Parents of teenagers in New York City wrestle with how to talk about sex education with their sons and daughters. According to a new poll conducted by NPR, the Kaiser Family Foundation and Harvard's Kennedy School of Government, many parents believe their daughters are more prepared to deal with sexual issues than their sons are. NPR's Margot Adler reports.

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