In light of the countless high-profile assault charges recently meted I challenge us, individually, collectively, indivisibly, to say no. To scream no.
I made a conscious decision early on to be open and honest with my kids and to incorporate sexuality and sexual education naturally into their lives.
I ended the conversation by asking for his trust – that I be the person he turns to if he has any questions or concerns about sex, now or in the future.
I thought maybe we if we all contacted Spirit Halloween, they’d take this costume off their shelves next year:
All that research and preparation goes out the window when you're face-to-face with your kid about to have "The Talk."
If you’re wondering about the right time to talk to your son about sex, then recent research has some recommendations for you: don’t.
The sex talk has been making all parties involved uncomfortable for generations, but to the great relief of parents, there’s a revolution underway.
Of all the milestones you look forward to with your new toddler, from their first words to their first steps, masturbation definitely doesn’t make the cut.
If you have a little one you should be thinking now about how and when you want to introduce the topic of sex to your child.
While initially I was hesitant to allow her to watch “Glee”, I realized she was learning things that mere conversations could not impart.