v. 1. An analysis of U.S. sex education programs.--v.2. An analysis of evaluation methods.--v. 3. Questionnaire kit.--v. 4. Bibliography.--v. 5. Annotated bibliography of selected curricular materials.--v.. An analysis of U.S. sex education programs and evaluation methods : executive summary.
Nobody says no anymore -- The world of adolescence -- The wrong kind of education -- The origins of conscience -- Too little too late -- AIDS: Virtue is its own reward -- Parents' manifesto -- Putting the values back -- Five basic concepts -- The key to sexual responsibility: Self-esteem and temptation -- Emotions and fasting -- Modesty, peers, and dating -- The talk: Some questions and answers -- Continuing the dialogue. Notes. Resources. Selected bibliography.
Nearly every parent struggles with tough questions dealing with the issues of adolescent and teen sexuality. How should parents talk about sex in their homes? How young should children be taught about sex? What should parents allow their teenagers to hear and see? How do parents provide Christian resistance to a permissive sexual culture? "Decent Exposure" answers these and other important questions with specific answers. As a parent living in this sexually indiscriminate culture, this could be the most important book you ever read. -- Publisher (back cover)