What if your kid asks you this question? Or if you and your spouse or partner do it? Or if grandma and grandpa? Or teenagers? Or their teacher?
It’s a good idea to decide how you want to answer personal questions about your sex life before they ask. You don’t have to tell all – you can – but it’s not a requirement.
You are welcome to tell the truth, but lying is a no-no in my book. This sex talk relationship needs to be based on honesty and trust. Teens have amazing BS detectors.
Find a way to talk about your past (and present) in a way that is somehow based in the truth. You can plan to talk about lessons learned, what you hope for them and even turn the question back to them: “When do YOU think it’s okay to become sexually active?”
As for those “do you and daddy have sex?” questions, the answer is “Yes. It’s a great and important part of being in a grown up romantic relationship (marriage).”