Sex. It's everywhere-movies, TV, magazines, even billboards at the mall. No wonder you are more confused than ever. In a straight-up, no-holds-barred approach, Justin Lookadoo tells what you've always wanted to know about sex but been too afraid to ask! The Dirt on Sex gives the scoop on -myths of sex -hidden meanings behind your admirer's advances -what guys (and girls!) say about sex when the other isn't around -how to deal when you wish you hadn't done it -and much, much more Full of juicy tidbits you won't hear anywhere else, this is one book you can't afford not to read! It's real. It's raw. It's true. It's The Dirt on Sex.
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Justin Lookadoo is a former juvenile probation officer turned author and speaker whose hard-hitting humor and in-your-face message connects with teens. He lives in Nashville, Tennessee. Justin is one of the best-selling authors of Dateable and The Dateable Rules.From School Library Journal:
Grade 7 Up–This book addressed to evangelical Christian teens is written in a flippant, smart-aleck, "too cool for school" voice that undercuts the importance of the information it imparts. Lookadoo explains why oral sex is, indeed, sex, and explores a number of common myths, e.g., condoms prevent pregnancy and diseases. Generalizations are frequent–e.g., a teen father will abandon the pregnant girl. Some of the data is documented, but the author frequently cites his own interviews with teens. He portrays homosexuality as a matter of personal choice. "Then there is the 'I was born gay' argument. Well, poop on that," he writes, before getting tangled up in an oversimplified discussion of the role of genetics in both gays and convicts. As the book progresses, Lookadoo includes an increasing number of biblical references and offers a chapter counseling teens who have been sexually active and now want to become abstinent to turn to God. The book is laid out in punchy, bold graphics that are visually exciting but not particularly original. Fictionalized scenarios and dialogue appear frequently, both in the text and in sidebars. Eleanor Ayer's It's Okay to Say No: Choosing Sexual Abstinence (Rosen, 2000) presents a strong case for abstinence and includes none of the religious references that make Lookadoo's book particularly problematic for public-school collections.–Joyce Adams Burner, Hillcrest Library, Prairie Village, KS
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