What do you all think of the right time being to introduce your son/daughter into the sexual explosion that is occuring in the media? It's inescapeable without a doubt, but my partner's sister was visiting over the holidays and wouldn't let her son say, "Oh my god." She corrected him with *gosh, but then threw on a Lady Gaga song that had the same expression or something similar in it, and was just fine with him listening and dancing around to it. He loves those songs, so what's really the difference? Where that example has nothing to do with sex, I feel parents often create a double standard with children and sexuality. At one end, they're not okay with their child having sex or having anything to do with sex until a certain age, yet they still let their children be surrounded by mass media and idols that propose that sex is an okay thing to have in their videos and music. Sex is a little inescapeable these days, and not that I'm against it, but I personally think the stigma that children should be shielded from it just needs to go. Protection is key, not ignorance to the fact that it exists. Discuss.