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Talking With Your Young Child About Sex


Children begin learning about sex and sexuality as soon as they are able to view, listen, and sense the world around them. As your children grow and develop, they may giggle with friends about "private parts," share "dirty" jokes, and look up taboo words in the dictionary. Their curiosity is natural, and children of all ages have questions.
As a parent, you may not feel comfortable talking about sex, or you may not know how to respond to questions about sex. This publication was written by...

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