If you had or have a daughter how would you talk to her about boys and sex, especially in her preteen/teen years?

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  • Find the worst possible pictures of STD effects. To show her the importance of getting tested first, always insist on a condom and wait until she knows she can trust him. Then overview every STD, it’s effects and how it’s transmitted.

    Stress the importance of birth control pills or an IUD.

    Go over the lies and BS guys are going to tell her. Plus smart dating practices.

    Overview how the reproductive system works. Along with common issues, yeast infections and the importance of good hygiene.

    Review the stages of pregnancy and gestation. Including a video of natural birth is vs twilight birth.

    Give her a copy of the PowerPoint presentation. Along with the textbook I chose for teaching. Because if the schools aren’t going to do a good job on this subject. I’ll make dammed sure my kids understand the subject.

    I won’t stop them from doing it. But I don’t want them to be uninformed idiots about it either.

Most Helpful Guy

  • My brother passed away, but when his teen daughter comes to visit me we always end up having a discussion about her using protection, and how she can be responsible sexually with the guys she chooses so her life can workout well and she's safe.
    It isn't really hard to talk to her, she just tells me things and I try not to judge her.
    I just try to be supportive and helpful.

Most Helpful Girl

  • You answer her questions as honestly as you can but I don't think you need go past the basics with a preteen

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  • I had the sex chat recently with 12m and 13f. Talked bluntly about anatomy, vaginal sex, oral sex, anal sex. Showed detailed, non sexual pics of vulva and penis. Conversation went well.

  • When I learned she had her first period, I'd sit her down.
    I would have her read this and go over it chapter by chapter. Men and Marriage.

  • Just come out and explain to the Boys as well as the Girls, well you know girls start
    bleeding every month and she got watch having sex cause that is how babies are produced and tell the Boys they produce semen and they can get girls pregnant

  • Let my wife do it.

  • Oldest one is 16. We've been pretty open since she was 14, at her behest.
    She passes guidance to the younger daughter. We're not graphic but because my wife is a nurse and I was a medic for so long all our conversations become clinical and educational without awkward vocabulary.
    Not perfect but we're pretty engaged.

  • It would be very hard. I don't want her to have sex at such young age, so I would try to do it carefully. I would probably ask my future wife to help with it.

  • Casually, I'd imagine. I haven't thought about it too much. I'll likely read a bit online before I do it, but I actually don't see it as delicate as many others seem to.

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  • Would tell her boys are horny animals and will do anything to get off. Other than that I would answer questions. I would also explain how I view sex and let her decide for herself how she feels about it.

  • Pretty openly. It's best that she learns from someone who has her best interests in heart as opposed from someone wanting to get in her pants. He may be lying, I have no reason to.

  • don't be a dumbass, that's all i would say

  • Yeah. I’m not a parent, but having an openly honest relationship can only be good.

  • First, I try to get us to be best friends so that when I bring that topic to her, she won't be shy

  • Oh boy

  • Depends on the questions she might have and based on that my wife and I would answer them honestly as far as possible.

  • I never raised a daughter thank god, i would be embarrassed to have this talk

    • what would you say harry

  • Lay factual information and be honest.

  • That would be a difficult one for sure. And my parents never gave me "the talk" lol. But I think at the very least I'd want her to feel comfortable talking to me about anything (if she wanted to), and I'd of course mention safety and pregnancy. But I also might try to "educate" her a bit on boys at that age also (not that she'll likely listen? lol). The chances of "true love" are extremely slim! So for her to try to remain grounded and thinking logically and not in a fantasy.

  • I will never allow her to sit next to a guy and i will homeschool her