Tom talks about sex and sex education for teens with autism. It is important to educate your teen before other kids begin talking to them and teaching them about sex. Teenagers with autism need to know the real language that other teenagers and adults speak when talking about sex so that they do not get taken advantage of. It is important that you take time to sit and talk to your children about sex so they are prepared to practice safe sex.Do not wait around and let other teenagers teach your teenager about sex. Take a look at Toms book and begin to learn how you can help your child better prepare to have a sex life.Literal interpretation is everything when it comes to autism and sex. People with autism take everything literally and they are unaware of what idioms are. Tom shares the story of how a woman became pregnant because she misunderstood something that her mother told her as a teenager. She became pregnant by accident because of a literal interpretation issue.This book is great reading for parents and educators wanting to learn how to begin to have the sex talk with their autistic teens.