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The Parents’ Guide to Private Body Parts


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Where’s your hoo-ha, vagojo, or winkie? Stop laughing, this is serious. It’s universally agreed that parents should teach their children the proper terms for – and rules about – bodies including penises and vulvas (or their private parts).

Somehow, most of us still find it difficult to use the word “penis” in everyday convo. So if you want to know how to talk to your child about body parts – in a way that isn’t embarrassing, disrespectful, or stigmatic – then you need this modern and stylish book. 

It’s not just about facts. It’s also about values and feelings. Sexual health specialist Cath Hakanson writes about the topic in unbiased and inclusive language, enabling you to give your child an accurate view of the body.

You will learn:

  • How to start talking about private parts
  • Suitable terms to use for different age groups
  • Discussing diversity, masturbation and erections
  • Thinking about your rules and values 

If your child’s started asking questions about their body, don’t panic. Get this parent guide NOW! 

This is a digital product. Nothing physical will ship.

Suitable for parents of kids aged 0-18 years.

✔️ A downloadable 150 page PDF that you can print at home or read on your device.

✔️ A downloadable ebook file that you can download onto your device and open with an eReader app OR save to your eReader device or Kindle.

NB. You can also access this book as a Paperback.

✔️ BONUS: Ongoing support in my parent community (my free customer-only Facebook group).

This is a digital product. Nothing physical will ship.

Is this guide right for me?

The Parents' Guide to Private Body Parts is for busy parents who want to have shamefree conversations with their kids about bodies. But they also want to keep their children safe.

It is for straight talking parents who want to provide their child with accurate information that they will understand. Parents who also want their kids to come to them with their questions (and not the internet or the schoolyard). Parents who are concerned about the impact of negative sexualised messages on their child.

If you believe that kids shouldn’t know words like vulva, penis or sex, then the Parents' Guide to Private Body Parts isn’t for you. The Parents' Guide to Private Body Parts is very direct and talks about penises and vulvas in a way that children can understand and not misinterpret. It helps you to talk about the stuff that kids are curious about so that you can satisfy their curiosity (instead of igniting it).

But it is just too embarrassing!

Yep, I agree! I still feel embarrassed at times, when my kids ask me certain questions about sex. But the more that you talk, the easier it gets! Plus The Parents' Guide to Private Body Parts includes some ideas on how to get past the embarrassment of talking about sex with kids.

Are my kids too young?

The Parents' Guide to Private Body Parts is written for children aged from birth to teens, and is broken down into each age group. So the information will be age-appropriate. And you'll learn ways to talk in ways that feel and look natural.

What if my child repeats what I have said?

That can happen but The Parents' Guide to Private Body Parts will tell you what to do so that you can prevent this from happening.

Won't I sound awkward?

Not to your kids, you won’t! The first conversation is always the hardest but The Parents' Guide to Private Body Parts provides tips on how to sound more natural.

Haven't I left it a bit late?

Possibly, but it just means that it is even more important than ever that you start talking now with your child now. The Parents' Guide to Private Body Parts will show you how to make amends and catch up!

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Customer Reviews

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An informative book parents can use to start shame-free conversations about private body parts.

This book is aimed at the parents. Cath Hakanson has down-to Earth approach to opening up discussions with your child or children about private body parts.

I enjoyed reading this book because it doesn’t just explain things, it gives you directions and tips that are age appropriate in order to talk to them in an open and honest way.

As a parent, it can be so overwhelming with the plethora of information and misinformation available. I dreaded having to talk to my child from wondering where to start and what to say. I especially loved her tips, it provides guidance for what to say and how to say it. It helps to navigate through the minefield of misinformation that they can receive from their peers, media and the world around them.

There are also links throughout the book for further information which is very helpful.

I highly recommend this book.

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