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Originally posted by Beautiful_One Beautiful_One wrote:

I have a 12 year old boy and a 8 year old boy. Is this too early to have the sex talk? Of course I would do it seperatly. Males please advise too.Ouch


Ofcourse not - it's never too early. I just had a recent conversation with a friend who told me her son (around 5 years old) went to her and told her that his friends (also around 5 y.o) were talking, , in graphic and explicit detail, about wanted to have sex with a woman. Kids are learning and engaging in sex at much earlier ages largely due to the high amount of sexual messages our kids are being exposed to today. 

IMO, the earlier the better. So, start now. When you give them "sex talk," keep in mind their ages, their previous knowledge of sex, their behaviors displayed, etc. I have some training and experience giving sex education (including STD/STI prevention, protection, etc) to youth,  so shoot me a PM if you need some resources. There are a lot of great books on this topic that parents can use when giving their children sex education.)
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And to answer your question: my children will be given sex education throughout their lives, starting at an early age ( waaay before they even hit puberty). 

Having open and honest communications is key.

Starting at an early age with open and honest dialogue keeps the doors of communication open, and it increases the chances of them coming to you when they are hormone-raged teenagers and want to talk about to you about sex.

FYI: Studies show that majority of  children learn about sex from their friends (who are also uneducated on the topic) and from pornography. Both are bad sources to get one's sex education from.


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Originally posted by Lady ICE Lady ICE wrote:

i dont know what age i will speak to my kids. but i do talk about pregnancy alot with them already and they're 4 and 6. i just say little things from time to time and see how they respond...i suppose i'll just add more details as they get older of course. cause they still think i ate them, and thats why they spent all that time in my stomach.

but at 12 yes i probably wouldve already started talking. i think i got my talk some where around 10-12 cause i got my period and there this big thing about boobs....but it depends on the kid i think.


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Originally posted by purpulicious01 purpulicious01 wrote:

And to answer your question: my children will be given sex education throughout their lives, starting at an early age ( waaay before they even hit puberty). 

Having open and honest communications is key.

Starting at an early age with open and honest dialogue keeps the doors of communication open, and it increases the chances of them coming to you when they are hormone-raged teenagers and want to talk about to you about sex.

FYI: Studies show that majority of  children learn about sex from their friends (who are also uneducated on the topic) and from pornography. Both are bad sources to get one's sex education from.

ClapYUP. As they get older the conversations change, but I started extremely early. The other day my 12 year old was randomly rapping (well more like rhyming). He rhymed Aboriginal with VAGINAL!!! Me and hubby just busted out laughing. He looked at us all confused. We had to explain what vaginal meant. He knows what a vagina is, but didn't correlate it with Vaginal. It was a learning experience for him.LOL Don't judge my baby!!!!!!
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i started when my son was about 9. he is about to be twelve now. we have discussed everything from stds to rape.

my stepdaughter is 8 and i have tried to talk to her about her body and ive talked about sex and unwanted touching with her.
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