There's A Conversation Some Parents Are Having With Their Children. Are You?

Some parents' worst nightmare is not even on the radar of most parents in America.

Have you ever had The Talk with your child? If you don't know what I'm talking about, see the video below. If you do know, then which of the parents below do you identify with most? There's a pretty big difference.

Do you identify with these parents?

Or is this The Talk you give to your kids?

Brooklyn-based writer and editor Jazmine Hughes has this to say about the talk:

Our differences shouldn't divide us, but that doesn't mean they aren't real and important either. Are you willing to recognize the issue and, as this campaign asks, #TalkAboutTheTalk?

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This article originally appeared on 07.10.21

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