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    gringofeliz posted:
    I find the sketches in this blog entertaining but I never associated an "enema" as a sex stimulant. But I find the sketches naughty but not cure or repulsive.

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    sluggo45692 responded:
    Sex should be explained by the parent(s). Dads should talk to there sons and Mothers to there daughters. If only one parent, then it's still that parent's responsiblity to teach their children of either sex.

    My father's idea was to tell me to just put it in and finish. It was wrong, but it was his way. I got more from my mother. What I learned in school from my peers was a lot of crap, because they didn't know either. School can teach you the clinical name of parts and the STD's.

    It's a community that raises a child. It's good parents who should be the ones on the front line in the childs sexual education. For good or bad, the child will be like the parent. So hopefully the parent is smart enough to educate themselves before they try to educate the child. Sex education is one of the many responsibilites of parents. Not the schools, because why would a parent want a stranger teaching their child something so personal.

    Good Luck
    gringofeliz replied to sluggo45692's response:
    my but your post hit the nail on the head. my parents never said anything so I learned a little from another boy, but mostly from reading and with a gf which I still have pleasant memories of. In my late 80s I'm still learning. Best wishes
    nohard replied to sluggo45692's response:
    Hi Sluggo, In a perfect world yes parents would do that, but just how far would they really go, it would still be only basics.

    Or did yours teach you anal sex? oral sex? how to masturbate a women? the correct use if a vibrator or a butt plug?

    But from what I'm told American school don't teach sex ed, anywhere, but for me being English, it may have not ben the complete sex ed, but way back in 1961, we had a 2 hour sex ed class with a doctor, its surprising what come out of that.

    But for must of us it was a feely touchy sex ed behind the bic shed, these were the best, you cant beat hands on sex education.
    Good Luck
    stevesmw responded:
    My opinion is that conversations between child and parent regarding sex are uncomfortable for both parties.
    For them to mean anything they would need to be very graphic.

    I'm old and my parent's generation didn't know squat. The knowledge for my generation was spotty.
    Over the last 40 years, too many people think that porn is a good source of sex education.

    Before there was porn, there was erotica. In the early 70's I subscribed to erotic book clubs. You could learn a lot. I had a beautifully photographed coffee table book of sexual positions.

    There is a lot of very good information available through books and online. A young man or woman should know the possibilities for lovemaking rather than ignorant experimentation. As a parent if asked about sex, I would point my child in the right direction to become informed.
    sluggo45692 replied to nohard's response:
    Oh I know it would be a perfect world if our parents knew about sex. Unfortunately you are right. I can tell you my son has been told about all your talking about to a certain extent. He's 17 now and a whole lot worldly about sex than I was at 17.
    I take pride in the fact that I talk to my son about sex with a woman. Toys he'll have to discuss with his partner. Each woman is different. I have told him this. I have told he how to provide oral sex and anal sex for a woman. Of course, I know I'm not the norm.
    I wish our American schools provide your education standards now. Thanks to our Puritian & our "we can't offend anyone" attitudes, American's will never be open to this kind of education.
    I was in London in 1985. OMG did I get and education and truly fell in love with Fishnet stockings and the "English accent". That was the rave then and it still brings back very fond memories.
    All in all, I still think it the parents job to educate their children. Some really need to prepare before they have any and a lot shouldn't have them at all.

    Good Luck
    nohard replied to sluggo45692's response:
    O my god, fishnet stocking, there so sexy, even before then, I was in a photo club an we had a model in, and she had fishnet stocking but torn, may sound odd, but so sexy.
    But now they have gone beyond that with the spider web stocking, with the bra and thong, but there some nice stuff out there.
    As for sex ed the old Forum mags were good, and now there is show that to your son, all your questions answered in one hit.
    Me I'm a cockney boy, from the East End of London, as they say loud and proud.
    Good Luck

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