Oral Sex Leads to Intercourse

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Oral Sex Leads to Intercourse

     You might wonder why the Booty Doctors are talking about teenage sex.  Well, many of our listeners have kids.  These kids, if they’re not teenagers yet, will soon be.  And I don’t know a father out there who’s comfortable with the idea of his teenaged daughter having sex.  If you’re lucky enough to have a boy, you still have to worry about his girlfriend’s dad. 

     Listen up:  you have to talk to your kids about sex.  And you have to do it well before 9th grade.  5th grade is not too soon; 4th grade is not too soon.  I started talking to my daughter about sex when she was in 2nd grade.  She came home and told me that her friend said sex was when a man and a woman kissed each other’s bums.  I had to set her straight.  You have to tell your kids that oral sex is still sex.  The only thing that makes oral sex safer than intercourse is that you can’t get pregnant.  You can still get diseases, and having oral sex makes kids way more likely to keep going on to vaginal sex. 

 

     I know it’s uncomfortable to talk to your kids about sex.  It’s probably more uncomfortable for them.  But you’re the parent and you have to do it.  If you need a book to help you, I recommend Asking About Sex and Growing Up by Joanna Cole.  My kid threw it across the room in horror when I gave it to her, but now 7 years later I still find it hidden under her mattress occasionally.  Feed the younger ones a little bit at a time; they’ll let you know when you’ve given them too much information. 

     Use the right words, and please pronounce clitoris properly.  It’s CLItoris with the accent on the first syllable.  Talk about the mechanics of sex.  Talk about the different kinds of sex.  Talk about masturbation and be sure you tell them it won’t make them blind.  Talk about oral sex, intercourse, and anal sex.  Talk about orgasms.  Talk about STD’s:  what they are and how you can catch them.  Talk about the emotional side of sex, too, please.  The biggest problem with kids having sex is that they are too immature to handle the emotional aspect of such intimacy.  I know it sounds old fashioned, but I do think the first time should be with someone you truly love.  Bang like rabbits after that, but let the first time be special.  Tell ‘em I said so.