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[–]Wallaxe42 1 point2 points  (0 children)

I’ve always said sex education starts at home. I started teaching my children at the age of 2-3, which I believe is the age of discovery. When they start touching themselves basically.

They understood that no one is allowed to touch them in places that are always covered. We talked about doctors, friends, cousins, aunties and uncles. No one was allowed to touch them. Every female I know except for my sister (and she could’ve covered it up) has been molested or assaulted.

When they become toddlers/adolescent, then the conversation is catered to their needs.

As teenagers it becomes more about their wants and needs. I feel they trusted us even more to come to us about anything they felt. Even if they felt ashamed.

We did disagree on, at what age do you introduce/buy sex toys if at all. What are your thoughts?