Sex, Likes and Social Media: How the Digital Age is Affecting Our Teens - and What We Can Do to Help
Today's teenagers are the first generation to go through adolescence online. The internet, social media and free online pornography have dramatically altered how young people interact with each other and learn about sex, yet parents have been offered little information about the new dating landscape. This book aims to fill that gap. Through their professional work with young people, their parents and teachers - and their experiences with their own children - authors Deana Puccio and Allison Havey know what makes today's teenagers tick. In this book, they share their experience and show you how to have positive, meaningful conversations with your teenage children around sex, social media, pornography, body image, consent and safety.
A parent's guide to talking about sex, relationships and safety in the digital age
Deana Puccio (Author) Deana Puccio is a former Senior Assistant District Attorney, working in the sex crimes unit in Brooklyn, New York. Now based in London, she co-founded The RAP Project in 2012. She regularly appears as an expert commentator in the media. Allison Havey (Author) Allison Havey is a journalist and television producer. Originally from New York, she now lives in London. Allison has worked for NBC News, Associated Press, ABC News and Fox Business News. She has two teenagers of her own and co-founded The RAP Project in 2012.