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This training DVD and workbook helps viewers understand sexual relationships. The contents are organized into the following three sections.

Section #1: "Enjoying your Sex Life" covers the topics:
-Preparing for a date
-Ways of being sexual without having intercourse
-Discussing and negotiating what sexual acts you do and don't want to do with your partner
-How to communicate with your partner about difficult sexual issues
-Having children and birth control

Section #2 "Working out Problems in your Sexual Relationship" covers the topics:
-What to do when one person wants to have sex and the other doesn't
-How to tell your partner about a sexual problem (i.e. not feeling sexually satisfied)
-Alternate ways to be sexual if you don't have birth control available

Section #3 "Sexual Acts that are Against the Law" covers the topics:
-Where you should or should not have sex (i.e. public vs private)
-Sexual acts that are against the law (i.e. public exposure)
-Sexual harassment
-What to do if someone tries to have sex with you against your will (i.e. the NO, GO, TELL rule)

This curriculum was prepared by the YAI Network, a large provider organization in New York state. Click on the "Web Links" tab above to see the description in YAI's Online Store, it includes a preview of the video.

Modified from YAI Store's description viewed on 9/22/14 at secure2.convio.net/yai/site/Ecommerce/1284902209?VIEW_PRODUCT=true&product_id=1421&store_id=1641
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