Sex and Your Children: What You Don’t Know

Lisa Cherry —  August 27, 2013 — Leave a comment

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By Lisa Cherry

Anne Marie Miller knows some things about sex and children. 

She wrote about this in her post Three Things You Don’t Know About Your Children and Sex only eight days ago. 

That post has been viewed over 750,000 times.  Yes, in only eight days.  It strikes a note with parents because Anne is speaking very candidly out of her own childhood experience. 

Please read it and take the time to pass it on to a friend who is a parent too.

It’s a sticky subject. You don’t want to face it.

You may be thinking your child is not going to be one of those who will be molested, exposed to pornography, or fall into trouble.

Read Anne’s post anyway. 

It’s time for the kids to go back to school.

It’s time for parents to educate themselves about sex and children. 

And it’s time for parents to start talking to their children about sex.

Note: Anne has written several more posts on this topic here, here, and here.

Image source: Jeremy Shepherd under Flickr Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 License

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