TEEN GUIDE: A Little Bit More...
Matt Posner and Jess C Scott are the co-authors of Teen
Guide to Sex and Relationships, an advice book that answers
the important and confusing questions young people have about their
bodies and their hearts.
In this promotional eBook, Matt Posner and Jess C Scott answer a selection
of additional questions from readers (upon publication of the original
This eBook also features interviews and guest posts from the Teen
Guide blog tour.
GENRE: Teen Health / Sexuality
LENGTH: 13,300 Words
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TABLE OF CONTENTS:
II. Additional Questions to Teen Guide (answered by Matt and Jess)
1. Is sex really only physical for boys?
2. Why do boys like breasts so much?
3. Why am I having trouble deciding if I want a relationship?
4. Are there such things as good girls and bad girls?
5. What is a soul mate?
6. Should I wait for true love?
7. Is the sex in Fifty Shades of Grey realistic?
III. Guest Posts/Interviews + Excerpts
1. Mixed Messages Young People Receive about Love and Sex (Guest Post)
2. Inspiration for Teen Guide (Guest Post)
3. Jess's Interview with Junying Kirk ("Let's Talk about Sex")
4. Matt's Interview with Mande Matthews ("What's controversial in
5. Excerpts (3 Questions)
IV. Teen Guide to Sex and Relationships
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"Jaw-dropping bold, insightful, and informative."
Schaffer, best-selling author of Superbia
"I'm sure there are many teenagers who will appreciate the frank and
informative nature of this book and who will benefit in many ways from
its insights. I give Teen Guide 5 stars due to the quality
of the writing."
-- Intense Stories, June 2012 (Smashwords
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. . .We wrote Teen Guide because we both care about young people
and their approach to sex and relationships. With Teen Guide,
we seek to help teens work through the tough issues that will be on
their minds as they move through an emotionally complex time. Every
question is answered in a conversational way, as if the author were
sitting next to you speaking from the heart.
Both of us believe there is so much sexuality in mainstream American
culture that every teen is on some level encouraged already. It is better
for teens to be well-informed and make intelligent judgments than to
trust to a lot of rumors and unrealistic nonsense that come their way
from media, entertainment, and equally ill-informed peers.
In Teen Guide, we cover all the questions we think teenagers
might want to ask about falling in love, being in a couple, making sexual
choices. We give the truth behind the cultural myths and we say what
we really think rather than taking a polished pose that serves some
political agenda. For a short book, at 75 thousand words, it's pretty
comprehensive. We'll tell you things as diverse as how to know if you're
in love, what lesbians do in bed together, whether "size matters" and
in what way if it does, or how to know when your relationship should
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