Baby Can Wait has been created for you. We know you want straightforward answers to questions about your body, sex, and relationships but don't always know where to go to ask.
We highly recommend you talk to your parents, guardians, or trusted adults. But, if you're not comfortable with that, this site is here to give you some answers to your questions. Pregnancy is a big deal, don't let anybody tell you it's not. So, check out this website to find out more about body development, the locations of health care providers, or straight up learn more about sex and how it can affect your life.
LET'S TALK MONTH 2014
United Way of Greater Milwaukee wants to empower parents to be the primary sexual health educators of their children. For the 7th straight year, we are observing October as Let's Talk Month.
Parents and guardians are the best sexuality educators for their children, but parents and guardians may not always understand how to do this the best way. Believe us: Children want sex education to come from their parents or guardians. That's why we've included resources, handouts and activities geared to help parents and children have open communication about sex and relationships.
It may feel overwhelming, but remember youth would rather hear correct information from someone they trust--like YOU!
Educators and community organizations can use this information to help connect parents and guardians. Have students bring home the information, host a family night, or host a parent discussion group where you can pass out this information.
Please download or order a Let's Talk Family Communication Toolkit to get the conversation started. Also, visit our Parent Tab for more information!