“Start it early”, is what the experts have to tell the parents when it comes to educating their kids on sex. Kids have a natural curiosity about the changes in their bodies while they are growing. Once they are six years old, they tend to take a keen interest in the opposite sex. Parents should be open to discuss about sex with their kids at this age. Starting the topic early can help you to overcome many embarrassing questions. Open communication about sex education helps and younger kids open up to parents and ask parents about their doubts regarding sex.
Sex education at home
Home is the most secured place for kids, and parents are the most loved persons. They believe and respect them and that is why it would be right for kids to get the sex education from the home itself. Instead of getting knowledge from an unknown person, or someone the child does not trust, the child should be educated by the parents as it is a sensitive topic.
Parents find it embarrassing or difficult to talk to their kids about sex. Although it is true and awkward to most of the parents, it is necessary too. Remember, your child is growing and might get wrong information from the sources like the schoolyard or the TV, where fantasy is projected that imbibe wrong impressions on an impressionable mind. With the increasing crime rate and rising wrong doings of kids, a need for sex education among growing kids has been felt in all the levels of society.