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Please join us as we welcome our special guest, Crystal Clark-Chatman, Executive Director of Beautiful Spirited Women. BSW is a Non Profit Organization that mentors to teenage girls to gift them the holistic tools they need to succeed in life. They're approach to working with teens is both effective, life changing and successful. They cover a range of topics from journalism to domestic violence and community engagement. Learn more about Crystal, the program and how your community can get involved with one of their chapters when you tune in.
Today, we are discussing our 1st same sex experience. Want the TEA baby! Tell us what was it like and how it went down. Did you get turn out or was it a let down? Our inquiring minds wants to know the deal. By the way, this is our test show. and we are looking for your feed back and topic advice. So do us a favor and comment your thoughts below and follow us on here, & like our page Str8 Gay Talk on FaceBook. Don't 4get to comment below and let us know how you feel about our shows.
If you’re like most teens, a ton of your communication is done through texting and social media. But when you spend so much time looking at a screen, it’s easy to forget how to engage in real-life, face-to-face communication — a critical skill for your future success! As you become more dependent on your phone and the Internet, your ability to connect in person may diminish.
Communication Skills for Teens is a must-have guide for keeping your communication truly real. With advice from teen coauthor Kelly Skeen, you’ll have everything you need to communicate more effectively in every area of your life — with friends, family, dates, and on job interviews. Packed with practical tips and exercises, this book offers powerful communication techniques and shows you how to apply them in the real world — without technology. If you’re ready to be the best communicator you can be, this book is your go-to guide!
On This Episode of The Beautiful Butterfly Show we will be discussing " SHould Teens Be Educated about Sex or Just Told Nothing At All.. Joining Our Show will be Special Guest Dr. Brian Parker.
Dr. Brian Parker is a sexologist and sex educator with a Ph. D. and an Ed. D. from The Institute for Advanced Study of Human Sexuality. Over the past 14 years, Dr. Brian has taught sex ed to hundreds of thousands of students in numerous colleges, universities, and junior/senior high schools. He is also an AASECT (American Association of Sexuality Educators Counsellors and Therapists) Certified Sex Educator
We is try something new. We hope you enjoy the show. we hope that when you can and you understand every word. This is also a show, but as well as a test run.
A wise man is only as wise as his words. A foolish man this display his foolishness through his actions. But the wise man and the foolish man can settle their differences by being a part.
Pain makes you stronger as long as you don't let the pain take over you. If you don't let the pain take over you.
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We, unfortunately, still live in a world that reduces or removes masculinity from homosexual males. It seems, being a gay males is often made equated to being a female or, at the very least, being more like a female than another male. Is this a correct? Is this even a fair comparison? Does sexuality truly play such a large part in our behaviors? Or is society simply blinding itself to the males who do not live up to the stereotypes that maintain the status-quo? Join us in this sure to be riveting discussion topic. Let your opinions be heard.
Longtime Los Angeles Kings fans Brad Parr and Andy Evans got their moment on the team's kiss cam and it meant a lot to them. "I wanted to let you know the L.A. Kings were awesome and put my boyfriend Andy and me on kiss cam -- to loud cheers from a crowd of 18,230. I'm pretty sure that this was the first time the Kings had ever had a same-sex couple on Kiss Cam, and I don't think it happens very often in any sport."
We have long been critical of kiss cams that make fun of same sex couples but we discuss the change in tones of sports teams.
Plus, a look at the pro-gay Rams moving to Los Angeles.
Bored teens have given up their early passion as shown by not having any interests Dr. Andrew Sapp Ph.D, founder of Cherry Gulch and Novitas Academy, therapeutic boarding schools in south Idaho, told to Lon December 31, 2015. Andy explained there are several types of boredom (i.e. unchallenged, pathological and entitled) and the challenge for his schools, and for parents, is to determine what intervention is most appropriate for each individual child.
Contact: Andy Sapp 208-954-5085 email@example.com www.novitasacademy.org
Lon Woodbury firstname.lastname@example.org www.strugglingteens.com
This is one of a series of short interviews about new developments in the network of private, parent-choice residential schools and programs helping struggling teens and young adults. The guests are innovative leaders in this network. To hear other interviews in this series, click on "Follow" above, or click on The Woodbury Report or www.strugglingteens.com