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For Parents: 4 Tips on How To Educate Your Children About Intercourse

We live in a highly corrupt world where children are exposed to languages, images, and languages suggesting intercourse. It is also very misleading because of the condescension that comes with objectifying the act of lovemaking. That is why parents need to be the first to talk to their kids about it.

It may be an uncomfortable topic of conversation to talk about, but you have to educate them early before they get overwhelmed by their body changes and hormones and begin to seek answers elsewhere. Let your views be the first thing they learn about it and talk to them often about it.

These are 4 tips on how to properly educate your children about intercourse.


1. Don't focus on the "don'ts"

Some parents make the mistake of telling their kids what they should not do, rather than what they should do. 

"Don't have intercourse.."

"Don't get pregnant.."

These instructions are good, but what are they supposed to do then? How should they deal with peer pressure? How should they deal with their feelings? These are the things that should be part of a healthy discussion about intercourse.


2. Be honest with them

As a parent, you understand the importance of romantic attachments and strong feelings of emotion, so convey your opinion honestly. Don't be eager to tell them 'sex is evil' or whatever lies you're telling to make them scared. Honesty works.

And if you're not willing to tell them the truth, the world will. So, tell them sex is good, it's enjoyable, but it's for married couples only. Let your kids learn why sex is worth waiting for. This is honest and that's what you should be aiming for. 


3. Use the media (the good, the bad and the ugly)

If your kids have access to a computer or a phone, or even movies that show intimate scenes, then they probably already know a few things, so why not use the things they've watched as examples. You can even ask them to tell you what they've been watching and don't criticize them when they do. Instead, target the view of the world and offer your ideas on the things that are wrong with it.


4. Empower your kids

Tell your kids often that they're good looking, let them grow up in a love-filled environment, let them know they deserve the best of relationships, tell them not to think less of themselves, show that you trust them by giving them their privacy when they need it, and be there for them when they need you.

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