Anna - posted on 11/25/2013 ( 60 moms have responded )
This is a little bit embarrassing. We have raised our children to be open and tolerant and to consider sex nothing to be ashamed of.
Our 16 year old daughter has her first boyfriend, and of course he is allowed to sleep over. After all, it is better for her to have sex in a safe environment, where there are plenty of condoms in our drawer in the kitchen, than in the back of his car.
Unfortunately, we can hear both of them quite well, and their forays into S/M are not something we are keen to listen to.
How can we tell them to tone it down? We are happy she is discovering her sexuality in a pleasant, blissful way, and we do not want her to feel ashamed.
At the same time, we feel really uncomfortable when we hear them during their sex games.
How should we proceed?