How To Report A Coach’s Totally and Completely Inappropriate Sexual Comments? Hi Amy! A couple of years ago I asked you about talking to my son, then 13, about upcoming sexual issues and how to approach this as safely as possible for him. You were very helpful and also kind to offer support if […]
She’s been using masturbation to fall asleep since she was five. Hi Amy! I have three daughters ages 15, 13, and 10 and have a question about our 13-year-old. When she was probably 5 she shared with us that she would “tickle her potty” to help her fall asleep. She could tell us that it […]
Puberty can start as young as eight, so every child needs a book that is solely focused on puberty from the third grade on.
There have always been some sort of “rules” concerning girls and their sexuality, but most are implicit, sex negative (this means believing sex is not the wonderful, positive part of life that it is) and sexist. These 15 new “rules” for girls’ sexual health may make you twitch, but you will come away with a new perspective on talking to your girl about sexuality.
One place to start is to explain to your kids, sooner, rather than later, that they will someday, most likely, experience a feeling in their body that is called “desire” or “sexual desire.” And can start as young as ten – hence the boner. Girls get them too, they are just teeny-tiny.