My parents never taught me about sex so the first time I ever learned about it I was very young probably 11 years old when I stumbled across porn videos and started having manic dreams about it where I’d wake up wet and drawing pictures of it to vent my lack of understanding, which my parents found and reprimanded me for, they also chanced upon my more homoerotic ones and my dad broke down in tears in fear I was “that way” Even after all that I still haven’t been given me the talk -_- My dad did tell me what sex positions were ideal though
Never got the talk but I had sex ed in school. With 12-14? I don't really remember when. Might have been earlier too. Not for an entire year but a couple of lessons in class and then a smaller group, sorted by genders with a female teacher, male teach for the boys, so everyone was feeling a little more comfortable and save with asking question. Was still awkward af. But I think it should be done like that waaay more often. Or actually think it should be done like that everywhere cause you cant really count on the parents in that field.
I probably would struggle to have that talk with my possible kid, maybe if we had a closer relationship than I've with my parents? Maybe would get some book for help idk.
Not really. I figured it out by 16 but I was generally uninterested in doing it.But was fascinated that I finally know where do babies come from. I do expect people to be responsible and wear protection. STDs man,you don't want them.
Pregnancy on the other hand scared the bejesus out of me.
I never really had the talk with my grandfather (parents are out of the picture) cause I think he kinda knew, at that point, that I knew enough. I was never really interested in people, led alone girls, anyway so I guess I might have developed this early sense of responsibility regarding sex and things of sexual nature so he didn't really need to bother.
Also, in the gym's shower room, the coach and kids would always show eachother their penises. So for the male genitalia, I got a good look at. And regarding the other sex, our health ed class was pretty comprehensive so that was cool.
And in terms of safe sex and responsibility, nothing was too preachy and things went pretty smoothly despite being filled with freshman.
Hell yeah, it's embarrassing. And really awkward as a parent cause there's no right or wrong way (there is, but) to go about but you don't want to do in a way your child is scarred or turned into a pervert.
Don't have kids that I know of. I gave my little brother the talk about drugs when he was a kid (he's 10 years younger than me). I told exactly what drugs felt like and what they do to you without embellishments (from first hand knowledge). He never got curious about them afterwards as he knew what they were like. I also was very open about any questions about sex he had when he asked.
Well when a man loves a woman... -music plays- they usually end up in a divorce and lots of paperwork and hours spent fighting over who gets the kids. Later on the kids will take your life savings when you move to Florida.. after all collage is ooh so important!! Nothing like secularism to get you that job you didn't really want. This will keep you from retirement. Where you will spend your remaining days as a bag boi beta soy boi who dresses up as Mr peanut and gives young girls the creeps!! Even though it isnt your failt your so hansome and no one can see it!! All that surgry from your years serving the army has a tole on you. And lastly you are givin a choice to vote for Hillary or Trump..
In the end you watch Deadpool movies in the hope that maby!! Just just maby you could look as sexy in red tights
I didn't need to have "the talk" actually. Just heard some older kids talking about it, and got curious. So I went home and Googled it. ...Yeah, 7-year-old me wasn't well monitored online. As for reactions, I took it well. Just like, "Oh so that's what it is okay."
I'm not sure if they ever felt like it would be necessary? I mean, my school eventually ended up doing a couple sex ed classes later on so maybe they just decided to let them do it. (The class was decent enough, I suppose, even if it did just cover the very, very basic stuff.) Me, IDK. I don't intend on having kids but if I did and they asked me about it I guess I'd try to explain it.
The parents never gave me the talk, nor did school. If I didn't have guy friends, guy friends that told an array of dirty jokes and bantered a bit too loud in 'locker room talk' on occasion, I honest-to-God think I never would've learned what a penis was. Heck, I think I was what, fourteen when I finally did...?
Oh yeah, while I'm at it, you guys know about those abstinence-only teachers in the South, yeah~? Well, lemme tell you my fabulous experience with one~ Not sure exactly how it came up, but they pretty much told us that girls who have casual sex would essentially wind up in some human trafficking ring with no hope of being saved, so save it for your one-and-only, kids~! And then later on, they broke us off by gender and had us design an extremely detailed date with the opposite sex wherein we would choose what level of physical contact we would have and our partner's *clothing,* to which I piped up "But what about people that aren't attracted to the opposite sex, or asexual/aromantic people?" and they just looked at me like I was crazy and told me not to worry about it. Like okay then, I guess an entire demographic of people just isn't there xD
You're welcome to answer the questions instead of dodging them - the answers can't be that hard to come by. You must have some type of criteria that you go by for what is and isn't a sexually themed thread. Is this criteria being kept a secret from the rest of us for a reason? Do we have to start making threads about numerous different sexual themes in order to figure it out for ourselves?
I don't think you moderators do terribly - I think the forums need moderators who are exclusively focused on them, and who are more active here, and who routinely interact with us here - not hiding over in Chat or taking care of numerous Galleries or Groups or whatever at the same time. We need moderators who are focused on this area of DA - especially given the large uptick in spamming and trolling that's been occurring recently. I don't think that's really too much to ask from a large website that supposedly values its users.
I mean I think it’s pretty clear. A thread discussing if people were uncomfortable taking a very common class for “13 year olds” to take is a lot different than asking the same group of people to openly describe areas of their body in a way that would possibly (not definitely) qualify as child pornography. I am seriously baffled that the difference even needs to be explained.
Again, if you have actual questions or complaints then those are better suited to the staff that oversee CVs.