I'm starting to feel like an old lady. I went out for a drink with friends on my 37th birthday, and we talked for an hour about how to protect our sons and daughters from our pernicious sexual culture. And then I read a report in Rolling Stone about the sexual norms among "young people" in America, and my eyes nearly popped out. Maybe you're like me—old enough to feel some combination of bewilderment, shock, and sadness about the state of sex in America. The Rolling Stone piece, "Tales from the Millennials' Sexual Revolution," begins like this: "By the end of their dinner at a small Italian restaurant in New York's West Village, Leah is getting antsy to part ways with her boyfriend Ryan, so that she can go meet up with her boyfriend Jim.
“When (and How) Should I Talk to My Kids About Sex?”
Teaching About Sex | Biblical Parenting | Christian Parenting | Child Discipline
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Talking To Kids About Sex: 3 Things Christian Parents Shouldn’t Do
But no one can replace you as the greatest influence in their lives. Only you, as an involved and loving parent, can give them the best guidance to successfully navigate the maze of information. Making the effort to talk openly with them about sex is one of the greatest gifts you can give your kids. Otherwise, they may easily join the majority of kids in today's society who have sex before age 21 and have to deal with disease, out-of-wedlock pregnancy, and heartbreak.
Just go to wtsbooks. As a parent, how comfortable are you talking with your children about sex? Not so much?