Talking to Kids about Sex and Sexuality


Tuesday, March 13, 2018

7:00 PM

Griffin Museum

67 Shore Road, Winchester


Be prepared with this free interactive workshop.

Lily Kofke, Health and Wellness Parent Educator for Planned Parenthood,

will provide parents with age-appropriate strategies for responding to their children's hard-to answer questions as well as techniques for talking about sexuality in a skilled and comfortable manner. 


Let's Be Honest is a Free Workshop Open to All, but particularly relevant for parents and other caregivers of 12-15 year olds designed to help them learn how to create a comfortable environment of trust for talking about sex and sexuality.


Co-Sponsored with the Winchester Coalition for a Safer Community





Listen to the first WinCam Podcast of 2018, where you will hear our own Parent to Parent board members,

Shawn Macannuco and Susan Fagerstrom, speaking about Parent to Parent's mission, and our January 16 program with Elizabeth Englander, at 24.50 minutes in.



Why Are More American Teenagers Than Ever Suffering From Severe Anxiety?

New York Times Magazine

Have Smart Phones Destroyed a Generation

The Atlantic


Resource Materials from

Let's Be Honest Parent Resource Guide

Co-Sponsored with the Winchester Coalition for a Safer Community


For additional materials and information from this program click here.




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