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Media Savvy Moms is a podcast by Parents Aware, your go-to for information on how to talk to kids and teens about pornography and healthy sexuality.

Who knew honest conversations about parenting and pornography could be so laid-back and fun? Join Melody and Marilyn for a series of chats and interviews on their journey to help fellow parents tackle this challenging topic with their kids.

May 20, 2020

Have you ever had a sex talk with your kids that ended with a look of disgust? Why do we bother having these talks? Does building a foundation of healthy sexuality really help protect our kids from the harms of pornography? 

We’re back again … revisiting the sex talk. Do we sound like a broken record? Good! You should too. Because that’s awesome parenting!

If we have to remind our kids every day to wash their hands and brush their teeth, why should talking about vital topics like sex and pornography be any different? 

This is just one of the super sweet points our guest, Kayley Lynch, touched on in today’s podcast. You might remember Kayley from a previous blog post — “You mean it’s not a BA-jina?” (Check it out. It’s one of our greatest hits!)

Last time we touched base with Kayley, she was just getting over her mama-jitters and talking to her kids about sex. A few years have passed since then. So, we thought we’d follow up and see how things were going now. 

More about today’s guest

Kayley Lynch recently returned to school—on track to teach French and Canadian studies to High Schoolers. She also works part-time as an Educational Assistant and an ASL-English Interpreter. Kayley, with her husband (best friend) and four kids (crazy) live in Oshawa, Ontario. Music is their jam (piano, violin, and the bagpipes!). In her spare time, she loves cycling in the countryside, napping, and eating delicious food. 

Media Savvy Moms is a podcast by ParentsAware, an organization dedicated to helping parents talk to kids and teens about pornography and healthy sexuality. For complete podcast notes, visit http://parentsaware.info/index.php/podcast/.