Trevor Stammers and Tim Doak - Saving Sex: Answers to Teenagers' Questions About Sex and Relationships

Saving Sex: Answers to Teenagers' Questions About Sex and Relationships by Trevor Stammers and Tim Doak

Tags: Paperback, Book, Sexuality and Romance
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Genre: Sexuality and Romance
Cross Rhythms Product Code: 23182
Product Format: Book
ISBN: 9781904753148
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 120
Publisher: Damaris Publishing
Cat. Code: 9781904753148
Release Date: 05 May 2006

All Change? Puberty and Your Body
Friends and Lovers? Friendship, Romance and Dating
Saving Sex? Virginity and Abstinence
Solo Sex? Masturbation
Quite A Catch? Sexually Transmitted Infections
Playing Safe? Contraception and Pregnancy
Different, But the Same? Homosexuality and Bisexuality
Making or Faking Love? Sexual Intercourse
Dictionary of Terms
Useful Contacts and Recommended Resources

A compilation of real questions asked by teenagers over the past few years of the website Love for Life .

A book for teenagers, answering explicit questions about relationships and sex from a biblical perspective and stressing the possibility and advantages of sexual abstinence for the unmarried.

Aims to provide a medically accurate biblical alternative to the liberal, condom-focused sex education books currently available.

Written especially for teenagers, their parents, teachers, youth leaders and pastors and those who watched the BBC TV series 'No Sex Please, We're Teenagers'.

Dr Trevor Stammers is Senior Tutor in General Practice at St George's Hospital Medical School, an author and broadcaster on sexual health. He is married with three teenage children.

Tim Doak set up and maintained the 'Ask a Question' facility on Love for Life's website. He is single and is Creative Director of

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