I wonder if any of you parents will talk to your kids about heterosexual AND homosexual relations.I mean, many of these kids already have preferences, but for those that do not, I think it’s important to inform them about sex in the most general terms (between two people that are in love or two people that are attracted to each other — not just between a man and a woman). John Bohannon responded: My sense is that society has a long way to go before any but the most liberated heterosexual parents will talk to their kids about homosexuality. And Carl Flink chimed in: Fantastic question, Jordan.Read the full discussion — and see some of the most interesting interactions below.Jordan Reeves stated: I’m gay, but my parents talked to me about how sex works between a man and a woman.You know the drill: it’s late, you’ve had a big one and the time’s finally come for a cab trip home. It’s hard to say who’s more bored of that conversation - us, or the cabbies. So here are eight suggestions for how to make that cab trip home a little more memorable… Pull out some headphones, stick them in one ear and pretend you’re on a phone call as well, except… Better suggestion: appoint your cabbie as the one to spy. Do you reckon you could give a cabbie your address purely in question form?
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This is something that we have already had multiple conversations about in our household.
The various debates around so-called “Marriage Amendments” prompted us to have talks with our daughters about what marriage is and how we as parents think about it.
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