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New quiz game aims to reduce the awkwardness of "the talk"

 

When it comes to "The Talk," parents and kids alike are usually red with embarassment. Jennifer Demarais wasn't exactly helped by the own talk she had with her parents as a kid, and she further got thinking about sex education when she started studying how parent-child talks about sex affect teen behaviour.

 

Demarais' research led her to developing a quiz game, called Blush, that's meant to make things easier. And she -- and her dad, who had a hand in writing some of the questions -- joined us to talk about it.

 

 

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