When it comes to talking about sex, the accepted wisdom is that parents and kids alike would just rather not. But Kansas City poet Natasha Ria El-Scari doesn't think that's healthy.
Neither does her college-age son, who says he's benefited from his mother's openness and candor in a way his peers are missing out on.
"You need to write a book and call it the 'Mama Sutra'," he once told her. "You can thank me later."