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What could make you more comfortable bringing up sexuality concerns or questions with adults?

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Submitted by Heather Corinna on Thu, 2013-02-28 12:07
If I felt sure they wouldn't be judgemental.
14% (259 votes)
If I knew they'd respect my privacy.
6% (105 votes)
If they seemed more comfortable with/about sexuality themselves.
9% (171 votes)
If they made themselves more available to me.
1% (18 votes)
If they told me I could ask them.
2% (34 votes)
If they reacted better when I ask questions or voice concerns.
7% (131 votes)
If they seemed better educated about sexuality.
2% (39 votes)
If they wouldn't assume I was doing things I was asking about.
7% (138 votes)
If we communicated more often or better about other big things.
2% (39 votes)
ALL of these things.
44% (819 votes)
The adults in my life already do a good job: I'm comfortable going to them.
4% (68 votes)
Something else (tell us in the comments!)
2% (42 votes)
Total votes: 1863

It's not the adults that make

Thu, 2013-03-21 12:01

It's not the adults that make me uncomfortable, it's myself. I am not comfortable talking about sex.

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