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Parents & Sex 2012-12-26 03:05:05 Reply

What did your parents tell you about sex growing up?

Lately I've been curious about what most families tell their kids about sex these days. That's not neccessarily something you go around asking about though, so I thought it'd be best to ask about here.

When did your parents introduce you to "the birds and the bees"?

For me, it was the day immediately after my eleventh birthday.

While you were growing up, what lessons did your parents give to you about sex?

For me, they told me to wait until marriage before fucking, and only doing it with your spouse.

Did your parents encourage you to have sexual relationships with boyfriends or girlfriends?

For me, it was a huge no-no. I thought that "not until you're ready [and married]" message was what was taught in just about every family these days, but then I read Cootie's story about his mom tossing him a package of rubbers when he went to his room with his girlfriend.

Would your parents be accepting with any sexual orientation you choose?

Mine encouraged me to be hetero, and still do to this day. Little do they know that I'm actually gay.

Share your personal philosophies on sex, and what you were taught growing up.

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Response to Parents & Sex 2012-12-26 03:06:13 Reply

At 12/26/12 03:05 AM, T3XT wrote: What did your parents tell you about sex growing up?

nothing that i remember


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Response to Parents & Sex 2012-12-26 03:19:34 Reply

What did your parents tell you about sex growing up?
Nothing.

When did your parents introduce you to "the birds and the bees"?
They didn't.

They can't even say the word sex. They can't. You say it around them, they start blushing. Keeping in mind that I was a smart-talking little shit who got cuffed about the ears just for talking back more times then I can count, I'm pretty sure they were somewhat afraid of talking about it to me.

Anyway to this day we've yet to broach the topic.

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Response to Parents & Sex 2012-12-26 03:20:39 Reply

At 12/26/12 03:05 AM, T3XT wrote: What did your parents tell you about sex growing up?

Not a damn thing.

When did your parents introduce you to "the birds and the bees"?

The what?

While you were growing up, what lessons did your parents give to you about sex?

Everything I know about I learned from kids at school mostly.

Did your parents encourage you to have sexual relationships with boyfriends or girlfriends?

My parents never even brought up girls.

Would your parents be accepting with any sexual orientation you choose?

My mom's a pretty die hard Catholic, so probably not.

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Response to Parents & Sex 2012-12-26 03:20:40 Reply

My mom was the CEO and CFO of a division of Planned Parenthood and I also worked and volunteered for Planned Parenthood while I was in high school, so reasonably and responsibly comes to mind.

I was told to play the field and always use protection, so a condom and my partner on birth control or spermicide along with getting tested every year. Pretty simple stuff some parents tend to want to ignore.

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Response to Parents & Sex 2012-12-26 03:49:31 Reply

At 12/26/12 03:06 AM, hiddeninthecrowd wrote:
At 12/26/12 03:05 AM, T3XT wrote: What did your parents tell you about sex growing up?
they threw sex toys at me and yelled ABSTINENCE over and over

Hahaha, I'm still laughing. Great one.

But seriously, same as the others, not much if anything. Most of it was taught in school. And due to my nature, even the school I was in, who deliberately put me beside a girl in my class to make friends with her, gave up after I ended up despising her and said a resounding "No" in the parents-teachers-meeting.

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Response to Parents & Sex 2012-12-26 04:24:52 Reply

What did your parents tell you about sex growing up?
Dad told me its a basic human thing, mom didn't say much other than shaming people who were portrayed sexually on tv.

When did your parents introduce you to "the birds and the bees"?
When I started asking.

While you were growing up, what lessons did your parents give to you about sex?
My Dad told me to be smart about who I sleep with and use condoms. Mom was like don't have sex ever.

Did your parents encourage you to have sexual relationships with boyfriends or girlfriends?
My Dad was happy when I fucked chicks. Mom basically told me never to have sex.

Would your parents be accepting with any sexual orientation you choose?
I think so. Both my parents support gay marriage and are alright with me having gay friends. I'm not into guys so I wouldn't know if they would be upset. Chances are they would be fine with it as long as my relationships were healthy.

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Response to Parents & Sex 2012-12-27 01:37:10 Reply

At 12/26/12 03:20 AM, Saen wrote: I was told to play the field and always use protection, so a condom and my partner on birth control or spermicide along with getting tested every year. Pretty simple stuff some parents tend to want to ignore.

So they teach safe sex and not abstinence?

Just curious, because sex-ed at my school was very abstinence-based. I wonder if that's what they usually teach.

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Response to Parents & Sex 2012-12-27 02:05:33 Reply

They gave me a book about it to read. I was like third grade idk.


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Response to Parents & Sex 2012-12-27 02:08:50 Reply

At 12/27/12 01:37 AM, T3XT wrote:
At 12/26/12 03:20 AM, Saen wrote: I was told to play the field and always use protection, so a condom and my partner on birth control or spermicide along with getting tested every year. Pretty simple stuff some parents tend to want to ignore.
So they teach safe sex and not abstinence?

Just curious, because sex-ed at my school was very abstinence-based. I wonder if that's what they usually teach.

Oh no, the abstinence approach was taken at my high school, which is what most schools tend to stick to. Basically they'ed shove std pictures in your face and order you not to have sex until marriage. Thankfully my parents and I knew better.

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Response to Parents & Sex 2012-12-27 02:19:22 Reply

Not a whole lot to be honest. School covered most of it quite well. When I was 14 my mum just gave me a bunch of pamphlets I binned


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Response to Parents & Sex 2012-12-27 02:28:50 Reply

Sex is completely natural..... I do not know why parents are so afraid to teach it, just don't commit adultery and you'll be fine.

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Response to Parents & Sex 2012-12-27 02:35:28 Reply

My parents told me about sex whenever I was around seven years old. It is a biological function, so I don't know we can't tell our kids about it from a purely scientific angle. Now, they are really open to it and my mom buys my condoms.


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Response to Parents & Sex 2012-12-27 02:35:28 Reply

The internet taught me everything.


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Response to Parents & Sex 2012-12-27 02:46:34 Reply

At 12/27/12 02:35 AM, Cootie wrote: My parents told me about sex whenever I was around seven years old. It is a biological function, so I don't know we can't tell our kids about it from a purely scientific angle. Now, they are really open to it and my mom buys my condoms.

What did they tell you about, you know, when it's okay and not okay to do it?

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Response to Parents & Sex 2012-12-27 02:48:18 Reply

My parents never brought it up.


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Response to Parents & Sex 2012-12-27 02:53:35 Reply

At 12/27/12 02:48 AM, Jeffyx wrote: My parents never brought it up.

Ditto to that. I just figured everything out from Porn....thankfully i know enough HAHA


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Response to Parents & Sex 2012-12-27 05:07:34 Reply

My dad told me if I like a girl my "thingy" would point at them.

True story.


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Response to Parents & Sex 2012-12-27 05:42:00 Reply

At 12/27/12 02:46 AM, T3XT wrote:
What did they tell you about, you know, when it's okay and not okay to do it?

They said it would be best if I waited until marriage, but they weren't mad at all when I did have sex.


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Response to Parents & Sex 2012-12-27 05:46:29 Reply

nothing.

I found out by my own accord.


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Response to Parents & Sex 2012-12-27 06:06:25 Reply

I was already born with this knowledge.

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Response to Parents & Sex 2012-12-27 12:19:12 Reply

What did your parents tell you about sex growing up?

Nothing. I would have found it too embarrassing and I think they would too.

When did your parents introduce you to "the birds and the bees"?

They didn't.

While you were growing up, what lessons did your parents give to you about sex?

None.

Did your parents encourage you to have sexual relationships with boyfriends or girlfriends?

No, but they didn't discourage it either. We're not religious so I doubt they'd care if I did it before marriage.

Would your parents be accepting with any sexual orientation you choose?

Yeah, though they probably want grandchildren and I'm an only child.


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Response to Parents & Sex 2012-12-27 12:24:26 Reply

My mom just said use protection, that's about it. She doesn't care because she knows i'm not stupid


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Response to Parents & Sex 2012-12-27 13:46:50 Reply

At 12/26/12 03:05 AM, T3XT wrote: What did your parents tell you about sex growing up?

My dad's a doctor, so he just told me a bunch of medical terminology and didn't explain it. Thank god for porn and Urban Dictionary.


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Response to Parents & Sex 2012-12-27 17:35:13 Reply

I learned about sex secondhand from a Haitian newspaper comic strip

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Response to Parents & Sex 2012-12-27 17:36:19 Reply

sex is what parents have


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Response to Parents & Sex 2012-12-27 17:41:01 Reply

My parents told me nothing about sex as I was growing up. Hell, my mum never talked to me about periods which let me tell you was an interesting surprise to find in your underwear one day aged 13.

This might explain why I still hate talking about periods with women and I've never spoken about sex with my parents. The fact that I know too much about their sex lives (or lack of during marriage - my father had affairs, used prostitutes. Separated now, my mother has a disturbing interest in those Shades of Grey books and has gone on to buy several more 'light' BDSM books).

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Response to Parents & Sex 2012-12-27 17:54:40 Reply

At 12/26/12 03:05 AM, T3XT wrote: What did your parents tell you about sex growing up?

"It's when the boy's private parts go into the girl's private parts". That's what my mother exactly said to me while walking home with her one day in 6th grade after asking me if I knew what sex was.

When did your parents introduce you to "the birds and the bees"?

Never. My friend however did that recently a year back to describe that pussy is pussy, not to get caught up with some bitch's flow.

Share your personal philosophies on sex, and what you were taught growing up.

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Response to Parents & Sex 2012-12-27 17:56:01 Reply

When did your parents introduce you to "the birds and the bees"? I actually never received that talk -- my parents would hint at the fact that having sex without being aware of the repercussions would be a problem, but I never listened because I figured that I was intelligent enough to be abstinent. Boy, was I wrong.

While you were growing up, what lessons did your parents give to you about sex? Not many really -- as mentioned before, my parents just told me to be responsible and to use protection. They also told me to avoid having a child until I was stable (oops). One time unprotected truly is enough to change your life -- I slipped up one single time and well, I have a 21-month daughter, haha. I wouldn't change it for the world, despite how much hardship I had to deal with.

Did your parents encourage you to have sexual relationships with boyfriends or girlfriends? I was with my parents for my first 18 years of my life before moving out for two years, and after I turned 18, they emphasized very strongly that they did not want me engaging in sexual activity. I'm fairly sure that they believed I would try to do it secretively, and I can honestly say that I didn't engage in any activity while I was around them.

Would your parents be accepting with any sexual orientation you choose? I honestly have no idea.

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Response to Parents & Sex 2012-12-27 18:05:12 Reply

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