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  • Hey everyone, I'm Eva and welcome to Roo High School.

  • Today I'm here with some of my friends and special guests to talk about everything related to sex.

  • Let's hit it.

  • Welcome to how to talk to your parents or a trusted adult about sex.

  • We have two special guests to help us out.

  • Planned Parenthood educator Kwamane and our sex ed chatbot Roo.

  • Roo is an anonymous non-judgmental chatbot that's available on your phone at all times for you to ask it any questions that you may not want to ask an actual person.

  • Sometimes you wanna ask Roo a question, but you really need to talk to someone who actually knows you.

  • And in that case, you can ask a parent, an uncle, an aunt, a sister that's older, a brother that's older.

  • So today my friend Auri is here to help us out.

  • And her mom Jae.

  • So today I have this yellow backpack for you guys.

  • And I'm gonna go to the audience, get some questions from them, and then my friend is gonna answer the questions with her mom.

  • Hopefully they are sexy and easy to ask a parent.

  • Oh, that's a good one.

  • Here's your backpack and you're on your own.

  • Eva!

  • What?

  • I could use some help here?

  • Icebreaker?

  • Yeah, that's great.

  • Oh, icebreakers, I got you girl.

  • I can turn anything into an icebreaker.

  • Guys, you have like any words you can throw at me, anything.

  • Mailbox.

  • Music, okay.

  • Um, okay, try this.

  • Hey mom, I don't know about you, but I was listening to that song that just came out and the guy said that he wanted..., make...pop, drop...

  • And then yeah, you should try that out.

  • You know, I think I'll just start with the question.

  • Yeah, that's also a good idea.

  • Let's do it.

  • Hey mom, a question I've been really wanting to know the answer to is...

  • How do I deal with someone pressuring me to have sex?

  • Oh, my child wants to talk about sex.

  • I‘d better pull over here.

  • Honey, having sex should be your decision and your decision only.

  • You should never, ever be pressured into have sex, especially if you're not ready.

  • Yes.

  • Do you have any more questions for me?

  • Actually I do.

  • I wanted to know...

  • What is the right age to have sex for the first time?

  • Well, I don't think it's a right age.

  • However, you should have all of the facts.

  • Why don't you ask Roo?

  • Roo said, "It's all about picking the right age for you, which might be totally different than the right age for other people."

  • "It may seem like everybody you know is having sex, but that's definitely not true."

  • "The average age when people have sex for the first time is around 17."

  • It's another good piece of advice.

  • I have one more question.

  • Oh sure.

  • How do I prevent STDs?

  • Protection is the way to go.

  • You can go to your local pharmacy or local clinic.

  • Just make sure that you are making all the right choices.

  • Wanna know more?

  • Let's ask my main man Kwamane over at Planned Parenthood.

  • Oh, question for me.

  • The easy way to prevent an STD, also known as STIs, are safer sex, regular testing and communication.

  • It's also important to remember that just because someone has an STI, doesn't mean that they're dirty or bad.

  • In fact, about half the people in the U.S. will get an STI at some point.

  • So there's nothing to be ashamed of.

  • Well honey, that was a really great chat.

  • My heart, my soul.

  • We'd better get back on the road.

  • Wow, what a show, everyone take a bow.

Hey everyone, I'm Eva and welcome to Roo High School.

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Roo High School | How to Talk to Your Parents (or a Trusted Adult) About Sex

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    Lian posted on 2019/07/09
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