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Sex – What should the kids do? February 24, 2004 9:58 am

Posted by 8658987189 in : Daily Life
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Here’s an interesting and disturbing article. It’s difficult being a dad with a girl that will be entering her teens and already thinks she is 16. I know around 10 years old I knew certain things felt good. I know around 12 I wanted things to feel good with girls. I know guys are supposed to and girls aren’t so just who are the guys supposed to with? Below are some highlights that will give parents thinking material..not that we don’t have enough already.

I believe sex is a good thing but when thinking about your daughter being used, hurt or taken advantage of, you start to question your own views. I would certainly not want to deny anyone such a pleasurable activity and do not want to give it mysticism by making it taboo. I hope that I can instill a sense of dignity and self-worth in my children that they do not use sex as an escape and wait until they truly feel love before giving up their bodies.

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I love sex. I love talking about it, thinking about it, arguing about it, doing it and sometimes even watching it. But because I don’t have a penis, I’m supposed to keep these thoughts to myself. Guys overly concerned with sex are “players” while girls are called sluts…

I entered high school as a wholesome princess. I was class vice president…

…when I was 16, I lost my virginity…

…I wasn’t supposed to have sex! Well, it just kind of happened. … And so began my journey toward becoming a “slut.”

I managed to do a 180 on my good-girl status. As the slogan goes, “Once you pop, you can’t stop.” …

…trying to use sex to find love. … I never did.

…Who knew that it is entirely different when you are actually in love with the person?…

I am self-assured in my sexuality. I have sex, and I like it. I don’t think porn is always bad, I know the meaning behind Britney’s song “Touch of My Hand,” and I’ve been to the “sex shop.” I carry a condom in my wallet and have more beside my bed. I’m not ashamed to admit that I have a sex drive. …

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