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Talking About Sex

Are you comfortable talking to your young child about sex? How do you respond when they ask you about it? Watch this video for tips on what to say and how to say it when posed with the sex question.

 

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Are you comfortable talking to your young child about sex? How do you respond when they ask you about it? We look into why it’s important to be open and honest about sex from an early age, and how to react when they start asking those questions – with tips on what to say and how to say it.

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