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Or maybe you've heard a lot about dating, sex, and relationships from friends, movies, and the internet. Maybe…But there's more information that you need to know — and really want to know — inside this book.
—Kate Even though is written especially for young men, it is filled with practical, invaluable wisdom for readers of all ages and both genders…Highly recommended, for public and school library collections, and a 'must-read' for teenagers everywhere.
— It's for boys who need answers to questions they don't even know they have…Smiler does an excellent job of urging boys to consider what type of people they are—what makes them tick, what makes them unique—and reminds them frequently how that will change and evolve for the rest of their lives.
—Al Vernacchio, MSEd, author, In a society saturated by either disinformation or mis(sing) information, it's more than just "refreshing" to finally have a book that lays it all out for guys. Andrew Smiler's even-handed, judicious, and down-to-earth book will become the go-to book for teen guys—and those who love them.
—Michael Kimmel, Ph D, SUNY Distinguished Professor of Sociology and Gender Studies, author, Hey guys!