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I mean, many of these kids already have preferences, but for those that do not, I think it’s important to inform them about sex in the most general terms (between two people that are in love or two people that are attracted to each other — not just between a man and a woman). John Bohannon responded: My sense is that society has a long way to go before any but the most liberated heterosexual parents will talk to their kids about homosexuality. And Carl Flink chimed in: Fantastic question, Jordan.
This is something that we have already had multiple conversations about in our household.
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Invitations to install apps or join games are the number one most frustrating feature of Facebook.
It lets your friends spam you with annoying app invites, tells all your contacts when you’re online so they can harrass you, and bugs you about your old coworkers’ birthdays even though you haven’t seen them in three years. The good news is there’s a way to get Facebook to shut its noisy trap. In fact, all of these things might get you to love Facebook again; it’s really an invaluable utility for most of us—and one that can be enlightening, funny, and interesting.
But before it can be those things, you have to turn off all the things that make you hate it.
On Monday, December 17, Bohannon and Flink sat down for a live Q&A with the TED Conversations community, asking everyone to share what they remember of the sex talk they got as a teen.
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Depending on how addicted your friends have become to the time-sucking titles on the site, you could be bombarded with invites on a daily basis, and most apps make it way too easy to spam an entire friends list with annoying alerts. Open your Settings screen on the Facebook Web client and click on the “Blocking” tab on the left sidebar.
Under the heading “Block App Invites,” type in the name or names of anyone on your friends list who needs their app invite privileges revoked. There are probably a few people on everyone’s friends list who actually care about that person growing one year older, but those folks likely already knew about the special day without being reminded of it.
At TED2012, writer John Bohannon showed dismay at the fact that adults don’t feel comfortable talking to kids about sex, or drugs for that matter, without resorting to scare tactics.
In an acrobatic performance — choreographed by Carl Flink, danced by Black Label Movement and scored by celloists Jelloslave — the talk calls for adults to address about these difficult subjects in the same way they would have wanted to hear about them when they were teens.