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Australian Researchers Say to Start Sex Ed Early, Like Age 2

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The kids are ready to learn, but are the parents ready to teach?


My motto is simple. Answer their questions when they ask it in appropriate and simple terms. Don't elaborate because they aren't thinking about things from an erotic perspective. They just want to know. Good find, Rayne.


I agree, sexual education in the home should be a continuous process that starts as early as possible, teaching children proper names for their body parts, giving children vocabulary, and teaching them about germs and washing hands. Also encouraging healthy attitude about their bodies and sex by not degrading them for exploring their own bodies.


Oh I also agree with Modern Love Muses' comment about answering questions honestly in age appropriate terms without going father than is necessary.


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