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Tabu Toypro

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Look, if you think that showing your kids pornography is a good way to teach them about sex, well...I can't really get too pissed. At least you're teaching them. In fact, In Texas, the law allows parents to show "harmful material" to their children. Guh. But you have to be with them the entire time.

Again, I'm not too concerned until I read that the kids in this story are 8 and 9 years old! That's waaay too young for pornography. I'm not sure if this tool thought that he was teaching them something, as the article doesn't really clarify, but at that age it probably scarred them more than anything.

Needless to say, their visits with their father are now supervised.

Parents, don't do this at home: http://www.denverpost.com/rawnews/ci_14831294


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Pro: maybe when we give Mississippi to the Chinese we can throw in Texas as well. HHH
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Hey! Maybe parts of Texas...
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What in the world? That just even sounds silly. Maybe 14/16, but not THAT young. Nobody needs to see people having sex *that* young.
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We had 3 boys. As they each reached puberty, we had 2 video tapes that were designed for young teens to watch. They were animated videos. "Where did I come from?" and "How was I made?"
I don't remember their age then but rest assure, they were in their early teens. As far as real porns, even though we were very open with them, we never showed them any porns. Figured it was their own choice when they were ready o watch them if they wanted to. We didn't want to give them a false idea that sex was really like in the porns, which we all know rarely happens.
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My kids watched Novas' show about conception and birth when they were fairly young. I was preggers with my youngest and felt they needed to know why I was going to be going to the hospital and to expect a package to come home with me.
The sex talk was a lil bit later and I drew pictures for them.
I had books from weekly reader publications that I read by the time I was 7 or so.
I don't think "porn" is a good teaching device for children. A good and healthy additude towards sex is something they pick up from us as parents.
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That idiot shows that parenting is a lot more than a biological experience that he's obviously not capable of handling. The problem is those poor kids may well have been unwittingly been damaged beyond repair by what they've already seen. The sex 'sit down' with my kids was probably one of the most awkward things I ever had to discuss with them but our Westmister School District in Orange County California made it a lot easier. They had a human reproductive film series the kids were exposed to starting at about the second or third grade. It continued until they were about ten or eleven. The parents could opt their kids out if they desired but fortunately there weren't many who did. By the time they approached puberty about all I had to add was the moral side and probable complications. At intermediate school they even covered STD's and we had a lot less problem with promiscuity and teenage pregnancy than we do now.

In fact it was so well done that when my oldest son and I had our talk I began by saying, "Son, we have to have a talk about the birds and the bees."

Without batting an eye, he said, "Sure pop, what do you want to know?" HHH 
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