Answering their kids' questions about sex is a responsibility that many parents dread. Otherwise confident moms and dads often feel tongue-tied and awkward when it comes to talking about puberty and where babies come from. But the subject shouldn't be avoided. Parents can help foster healthy feelings about sex if they answer kids' questions in an age-appropriate way.
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There was a news story recently about a popular camp counselor who was arrested for allegedly having sex with underage girls. Reportedly, two teenage girls willingly accompanied this man to his home and joined him for a nude hot-tub soak. One girl left and the other woke up hours later with signs she'd been sexually assaulted, but with no recollection of the event. What were those girls thinking? A parent might scream, but the answer is that more likely than not, rational thought was not guiding the decisions of the two young women. Teens can be seduced by a predator skilled in the specific art of appealing to their need to feel cool, attractive, mature, and accepted.
Childhood sexual health exploration in the form of play is natural and healthy, and involves sexual behaviors that:. In particular, typical sexual behaviors of younger children do not include more advanced adult-like sex behaviors. In adolescents, some "normative" sex behaviors that include more advanced sex activities may be defined as problematic and illegal by family or cultural norms or state and federal laws. When working with parents or other caregivers, professionals should emphasize the importance of remaining calm and provide information about caregiver responses for typical sex behaviors.
There is no clear age cutoff for siblings seeing each other naked, but the conversations related to deciding this are a key part of navigating puberty, explains Parents. My daughter has started showing signs of puberty but is happy with her body. They tend to goof off while getting naked before taking separate showers. I feel at this point it's time for them to not be naked together but they seem fine about it. Is it me? I applaud you for starting from a point of addressing your children's changing bodies in a positive way. You recognize that your daughter is happy with her body, and we know the long road girls and women face with body image and all the risky social and cultural messages surrounding female bodies. It can be tricky for adults more versed in sexuality to view nudity very differently from how our children do. We know the sexual implications of how bodies are shown and used, and we want to be careful about how we project this onto children to avoid unintentionally sexualizing bodies when they don't need to be.