Erika Moen is a freelance cartoonist born June 25, and graduated with an Illustrated Storytelling self-designed degree from Pitzer College in She lives in Portland, Oregon where she has been a member of Periscope Studio since Having created comics for well over a decade, her work has been published by Dark Horse, Image, Villard and Scholastic, among many others. In addition to creating comics, she also regularly teaches classes and guest lectures on the subject in high schools and colleges around the country.
WE ARE the generation of open-minded parents. We like to consider ourselves adept to talk to our children a propos anything. There is no question of leaving them to their own devices to learn about sex, as a lot of of our parents did in their day. Or is there?
All the rage Park City, Utah, students are coating up at a local high discipline to get their locker assignments designed for the semester. Extracurricular clubs have adjust up tables to attract new members. But there are more. Way add. Hyperindividual, you-do-you young people from athwart the U. These aspects of character — the sense of being a man or a woman, for case, and whom one is drawn en route for physically or romantically — are apparent. Some of the legal trappings so as to organize society around two categories of people are also starting to be challenged. These are people who can be sexually curious about members of their own gender, or who can reject the notion that they allow a gender in the first area.