Parents can help foster healthy feelings about sex if they answer kids' questions in an age-appropriate way.
How to talk to your kids about sex: An age-by-age guide
Questions and Answers About Sex
Here's how to have an age-appropriate sex conversation with your kids
Kids that receive good sex education are more likely to delay having sex and when they do start, they are more likely to avoid unwanted pregnancies, and sexually transmitted infections.
Do I have to explain oral sex to my child when she's this young?
By listening to them and allowing them to negotiate, it shows that you respect them and understand that they are becoming more responsible for themselves. Continue to reinforce the correct names for body parts, and start teaching the difference between good touch and bad touch.
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The more you know about what your child is seeing talk hearing about sex from other sources, the better sex you are appropriate make Age she knows what you want to tell her. She stresses, Know the one message you want to give in a conversation before you start.