The Birds and the Bees

Sex was not openly discussed in my house when I was growing up.  Actually, it wasn’t privately discussed either.  The only sex talks I got from my mother were about not getting pregnant.  Her main solution was to stay at least 10 feet away from a loaded cock at all times.  Of course, she didn’t quite put it in those terms.  I had questions, as all teens do, but I was too embarrassed to ask them.  I was also afraid that my mom would think I was trying to be a slut if I asked about the things I wanted to know.  Luckily, I somehow managed to learn everything I needed from health class, my girlfriends, and experimenting with one of those loaded cocks I’d always been warned about.  I had an intense curiosity about sex, but at the same time my mom had instilled a fundamental fear of it as something that could ruin my life, which I believe still factors into my sex life to a small degree even to this day.

My girls are quite young, but I’ve started thinking about how I’m going to deal with them when it comes to sex.  God, they’re still my little babies!  But, in the world we’re living in today, it’s more important than ever to get to them before the corporate media world implants their values about sex into my children.  I obviously want them to be responsible and respect their bodies (which underneath all her fear mongering is what my mom wanted for me), but I don’t want to use scare tactics to do it.  I want to be open and honest with my girls about sex, and make sure they have a healthy understanding of the pleasure and fulfilment they can derive from their own bodies and from sharing their bodies with another person.  Even though these conversations are several years away, just thinking about it gives me a great deal of anxiety.  Why does teaching your kids about sex have to be so stressful?

In answer to that question, ThePleasurePrinciple has graced us with a tenderly filthy new story titled Sex Ed that depicts a caring mom who has found a way to make teaching her homeschooled daughter about sex a very relaxed affair.  I wish my mother had adopted this same approach with me!  I can’t even begin to picture doing the sorts of things that go on in this story with my girls when they’re old enough, but who knows what the future may hold.

How did your own sex talk go?  Leave a comment and let me know!

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4 thoughts on “The Birds and the Bees

  1. I think most parents are uncomfortable with the idea of their children having sex, so they pass that apprehension on to their kids by making sex and sexual feelings into a boogeyman of sorts. Its quite counterproductive.

  2. There was no talk from my parents, and I really didn’t want one. I grew up in the pre-internet and cable days so the bulk of my Sex Ed was my grandfather’s Playboy magazines. Not even any pussy shots in those days.

    The only other source were my friends and that was pretty much the blind leading the blind. And of course we were all that way from masturbating too much.

  3. I never got the talk from dad because mom was embarrassed to talk about and dad was always working. So when I was 12 years old my neighbor decided to teach me about sex ,after all she was old (lol) a whole 16 years old needless to say I got a lot of practice for the next 2 years.. One thing I can say is when my kids got old enough I sat them down and had that talk not that it much good I have a son and a daughter both in their 40’s and I have 9 grand children…..Larry

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