Parenting

If Your Little Kid Ask: “What Is Sex?”

This is another case study on sexual education.
Most parents think that there children are still small for this not knowing that these kids know a lot.
Failure to educate your child will make him/her to learn it from the wrong source.
You might think, “ehm! she’s still small for that”
Let me tell you, it’s better to educate them by applying wisdom based on their age and level of understanding.
Like I said here that you need to enlighten your children whereby they can trust you and confide in you.

Now, back to my question, if your child asked you, “what is sex?” what would be your response?

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ADEDIYA Olabode "Bodjetstar" is the Founder & Owner of Channel of Virtue, Nigeria's No. 1 Online Family and Parenting Magazine. He is also the Founder of The Great Value, an online Youth Development Magazine for Nigerians. Learn more and Connect with him on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter: @Bodjetstar

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2 thoughts on “If Your Little Kid Ask: “What Is Sex?”

  1. Sex is the coming together of the Father and mother to procreate. It is majorly designed by God for married men and women, but children that are disobedient do engage in it before marriage and God frowns at that and there is punishment for it. In the world today sex between unmarried people has assumed the status of norm rather than abnormality. It’s a very wrong thing to engage in sex before marriage. Sex is designed for married people. Don’t be carried away by what your mates, peers and colleagues do. Be warned.

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    Posted by AYINDE AYOBAMI | November 19, 2016, 8:25 am
    • Ayobami, thanks so much for that piece of advice. Some of the kids we have nowadays are exposed to things which are not yet to be made known unto them. So according to the question, if your Little Kid asked you what would be your response? Thanks

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      Posted by Bodjetstar | November 19, 2016, 5:15 pm

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