CONSENT. SEXTING. VIRGINITY. THE BIG O. Sex-positive vlogger Hannah Witton covers it all in this informative and accessible must-have sex education resource for teens
Nobody really has sex all figured out. So Hannah Witton wrote a book full of honest, hilarious (and sometimes awkward) anecdotes, confessions, and revelations. Hannah talks about doing it safely. Doing it joyfully. Doing it when you're ready. Not doing it. Basically, doing it the way you want, when you want (if you want).
Doing It works as both an educational introduction to sex as well as a guidebook for those who are already sexually active. It offers valuable insight on important topics that teens don't always learn about in sex ed at school, such as healthy relationships, porn, contraception, sex shaming, and more. Approachable and empowering, this is the go-to resource for all things s-e-x.
About the Author
Hannah Witton is a sex-positive vlogger, and winner of Best Sex and Relationships Influencer at the 2016 Cosmo Influencer Awards. This is her first book.
"Doing It is an incredible resource for teens who are not yet sexually active as well as for those who are..This honest and funny sex education guide for teens emphasizes deep knowledge, acceptance and respect, addressing topics like consent, sex shaming, body image and sexting." — Shelf Awareness for Readers, starred review
"Witton's writing style is not unlike her YouTube persona—simple, candid, accessible, and inclusive...readers will appreciate Witton's frank, nothing-is-off-limits approach. " — Kirkus Reviews
"This highly accessible title offers much for young adults. Empowering, modern, and judgment-free." — Booklist
"Frank, encouraging, and refreshingly hip. " — School Library Journal
"Doing It works as an introduction to sex as well as a guidebook for those who are already sexually active, with insight on topics such as healthy relationships, porn, contraception, sex shaming, and more. Approachable and empowering, this is a go-to resource for all things s-e-x." — BookRiot.com
"A touchingly witty sex-positive collection of tips, anecdotes, and essays on healthy relationships, consent, contraception, porn, and more." — School Library Journal
"The writing is frank and informative and suited for young adults of the 21st century. This book is not preachy, instead reading as if it was written by an extremely approachable sex ed teacher who is addressing questions from the anonymous "Question Box."...an excellent resource for health curricula and is a must-have for libraries serving young adults." — School Library Connection
"Witton, a vlogger and sex educator, offers an insightful, fact-filled guide to sex for teens. " — Publishers Weekly