There's a documentary to go with this. The lurid title? "Oral Sex Is the New Goodnight Kiss"
Here's a very brief description: In the documentary, "Oral Sex Is the New Goodnight Kiss," girls as young as 11 years old talk about having sex, going to sex parties and -- in some extreme situations -- crossing into prostitution by exchanging sexual favors for money, clothes or even homework and then still arriving home in time for dinner with the family.
The authors claim that parents are often surprised and, oh yes, shocked when they hear about how much sex their children are getting.
I do not doubt it.
Most parents have their heads deeper in the sand regarding the sex lives of their children than do the children regarding the sex life of their parents.
I must also admit to some surprise, that being that it's taken so long for the regular world to recognize what has been going on since there were people around for a little nookie.
I taught in the public high schools of North Carolina for the better part of my life and a day, and I am here to tell you that your children enjoy sex, some way more than others.
In my first teaching appointment in the late 70s, a ninth grader, female, was caught in the parking lot with a male teacher, not me. The teacher was dismissed. Why? Not for the nookie, but for his race. He was a black man. The student was white.
So don't be all caught by surprise when you find out that your children are sexually active, and that they have even taken that step to separate sex from love.
You might start by opening your eyes.
And by the way, this article is all about the heterosexual children. The gay peeps are not in the mix, but while we're here, let me tell you it's not that much different with the gay peeps.
Other than they worry about being killed for it.
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