Tuesday, 1 May 2018

Parents Are Conflicted Over This Graphic Sex Education Book For Children

quote [ With graphic words and vivid images, parents are torn whether or not kids should read it.

Many parents thought that the book was inappropriate for children and shouldn’t be on shelves “that can be easily accessed by a child.” But, there were others who believe that this is the proper way to teach children about sex, pregnancy, and other “hard to talk about” issues. Some parents commented on the post explaining that this book is more for “parents who don’t know how to approach the talk.” Others claimed it does a better job teaching sex ed than most schools. ]

I wonder if there's a chapter dedicated to horses?
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[by knumbknutz@1:21amGMT]


midden said @ 2:54am GMT on 1st May [Score:2]
Other than that one X-Ray side view, this doesn't seem any more graphic than the book I got as a kid in the 70s, "Where Did I Come From?" If not specifically shown in pictures, it was certainly clear and direct in the words and language. I think it was a pretty good book to use as the framework for talking about sex with a kid.

Examples follow. Hidden for size more than content.

rylex said @ 2:03am GMT on 1st May [Score:1 Funsightful]
Maybe that's why no one likes millenials? They have a chip on their shoulder from never being told they still have to jack off a horse.
Hugh E. said @ 2:20am GMT on 1st May [Score:1 Informative]
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Jack Blue said @ 9:54am GMT on 1st May [Score:1 Underrated]
The US is a fun place sometimes.
mechanical contrivance said @ 1:48pm GMT on 1st May
That's a lie and you know it.
snagUber said @ 12:55pm GMT on 2nd May
That's low don't deny it.
HoZay said @ 3:37am GMT on 1st May
lilmookieesquire said @ 6:22am GMT on 1st May
The man eats potato chips while watching Netflix while rubbing one out during credits.
C18H27NO3 said[2] @ 2:46pm GMT on 1st May
I was shown slides with the rest of my class in 6th or 7th grade. Technical slides, medical slides, and lots of slides with a couple of words and clinical descriptions. All interpreted by a woman standing on stage with a pointer speaking in monotone.

Nothing about feeling tingly.

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