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Young People and Sex: Parents, Can We Talk?

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Young People and Sex: Parents, Can We Talk?

Young People and Sex: Parents, Can We Talk?

Young People and Sex: Parents, Can We Talk?

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Many young people are no longer having "the sex talk" with their parents. They're filled with information, including what they learn from TV or the Internet. But they're still interested in what Mom and Dad might have to say — however awkwardly.

Johanna Greenberg reports for Blunt Radio in Portland, Maine.

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