Parenting & Sex
Does my sex life influence my kids?
How you feel about your sex life will influence how you talk about the subject so that will affect your kids. If you have negative experiences of sexual encounters, you might be less inclined to talk to your kids openly about sex, or if you do, you might project negative attitudes which might bias your children, rather than giving them the whole picture. Avoiding the subject or promoting abstinence does not make your children less curious about sex and encourages them to find sources other than yourself to gather information about sex.
Share the knowledge!
More Parenting & Sex Q&A
I'm not sure I know what to say to my children about sexual health as I was never really told anything by my parents myself. What should I do?
My child asked me how babies are born, what shall I say?
Is it true that children don't experiment if you don't talk to them about sex at all when they are young?
My child’s school is teaching them about sex and I don’t like it, what should I do?
If I don't feel comfortable talking to my children about sex, is it best I say nothing?
My partner and I want to have a date night but we don’t have anyone to leave the kids with, what shall we do?
This is a website that WE are building together. If you have a question there is no answer to on this site, send it here!