I think we would have to consider whether she is in a relationship at the time of the discussion, what her understanding is of all topics (STIs, contraception, etc.), age, development, religion, culture, and many other factors to ensure our conversation is at a level that she would understand. After assessing her understanding and meeting her where she is, we would then consider what information would be beneficial to start with and how to present he information. Also, I think we would need to consider the fluidity of sexuality and normalize that in the conversation, even with a female who identifies as heterosexual. We would need to make sure we discuss all forms of sex and intimacy, as I believe we tend to focus on certain aspects of sex and sexual health and leave out other forms of touch and intimacy.