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Doing It

Doing It

Figuring out how to build and maintain healthy relationships – with your family, friends, romantically and with yourself – is a crucial part of being a teen. Porn is everywhere, sexting is the norm and messages about body image are highly mixed.

In Doing It, Hannah tackles all of this, everything from masturbation and puberty to slut shaming and consent. How do you know if you have a healthy relationship? Try the Wormtail test. How do you know what’s going on ‘down there’? Grab a mirror and Hannah will tell you.

Since uploading her first video to YouTube in 2011, Hannah has made over 50 videos talking about sex and relationships and now has this book! Unembarassed and honest, she’s the straight-talking big sister you wish you had.

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Genre: Children's, Teenage & Educational / Personal & Social Issues (children's

On Sale: 6th April 2017

Price: £16.99

ISBN-13: 9781526360717

Reviews

I read it in an afternoon because I couldn't put it down...
Lucy the Reader
I thought this book was honestly fantastic [...] I think that this should be recommended everywhere to everyone
Girl Reading
...this book needs to be in high schools [...] If you're a big fan of Hannah Witton you will LOVE this book and, if you're curious about anything within sex, LGBTQ+ and relationships then you need to pick this book up
Words from a Reader
an invaluable resource for teenagers everywhere [...] This is a book I think everyone can learn something from...
Book Ends and Endings
Pick a chapter, pick a page, and learn. It's a unique reading experience that feels more like having a very frank conversation with your friends.
Read by Jess
The whole book needs to be given to young people, right now: there are so many topics covering in 'Doing It' that are completely missed off and ignored in Sex Education lessons in Schools...
Teen Book Hoots
She puts forward an honest view about her own ideas and experiences in order to bring taboo and little-discussed (but important) topics out into the open...many young students would also find it useful and empowering
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