An Interview with Park’s Longtime Human Sexuality Educator, Debbie Roffman

The Baltimore Fishbowl recently interviewed Park’s longtime (39 years!) human sexuality educator, Debbie Roffman. The author of numerous books, including most recently Talk to Me First, Debbie discuss about how she became a sex educator, the causes of inappropriate sexual behavior by some of today’s adolescents, and how parents can serve as their kids’ guide to sexuality. Follow this link to the whole interview: www.baltimorefishbowl.com/stories/meet-deb-roffman-aka-the-sex-lady-at-area-private-schools/

And to learn more about Debbie, her books, and her speaking engagements, visit http://sexandsensibility.net/about/

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