my daughter seen some adults print clip from net.

Mamta - posted on 03/19/2015 ( 6 moms have responded )




When i show and ask she denied. But i know she done some thing wrong on net. What she look from and what she should know about sex ? I don't know ?

What should i education about the girl, boys, and there relationship .

Kindly help me.


Michelle - posted on 03/20/2015




How old is she?
If she is looking things up then she is curious. You should always be having the talk but age appropriate. If you have a household where nudity and sexuality is not talked about then of course she deny it. You need to open up and have a discussion about sex and what all entails.


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Sarah - posted on 03/22/2015




Rather than confront her, tell her you already know that she seems to be curious and if she has questions about sex the best answers she will get will be from you. While it isn't appropriate for an 11 yo to be searching adult topics on the internet. To say it is "wrong" is judgmental. Why? is what you need to focus on, talk about what she saw, ask her what she thinks about what she saw and if she has questions. The more open and relaxed you are with the topic, the more likely she will come to you with other questions.

Dove - posted on 03/20/2015




By 11 years old she should know everything there is to know about puberty and quite a bit about sex ed. She should NOT be concerned w/ a relationship w/ a boy other than strictly friends, but she NEEDS to know what sex is and the dangers of sex at this point. Sex is a beautiful gift that God designed for marriage (if you aren't religious... I don't know exactly what you would say, but at least that sex is for GROWN UPS). She needs to be fully aware that sex makes babies... what forms of birth control are available... the fact that NO birth control is 100% except for abstinence... and that pregnancy is not the worst consequence from sex (so... at least a basic understanding of STDs).

That is everything my daughters knew before entering the 6th grade, at least. They had sex ed in 6th grade and pretty much the only thing they learned was specific names of STDs because everything else taught was stuff they had already learned at home.

It is much easier to accomplish this if you have an open and honest relationship right from birth, but it is not too late to start now. Your daughter NEEDS you to be her teacher... not the internet and not her friends.

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