In each blog on the teen page, I will provide links that I have used while teaching Sexual Education. They are links you can trust to be informative and appropriate. I'm trained as an International School Counselor so I'm very aware that some topics are taboo in various cultures. I'm not going to avoid these topics because I'm trying to provide a safe link to help teens to be informed. I have taught this topic for 20 years and I have heard from teens in every place I've lived that if their parents don't talk to them or they are too embarrassed to talk to their parents, they try to find answers on the Internet and by watching pornography. As an example, go to Google images and type "porn teens psychology" and see what pops up if your child was trying to find out if watching porn is a problem. Even if kids aren't actively seeking out porn or information about sex, you'd be surprised what pops up as advertisements while they are playing games online or watching video clips.
I hope the teen blogs provide you with an avenue to start discussions. Get that conversation going about which adults you trust to provide confidential, accurate information without judgment.
Parker, Imogen. "Young People, Sex and Relationships: The New Norms." IPPR. N.p., n.d. Web. 11 Apr. 2016.