Parent Should Have A ‘SEX TALK’ with Their Children
What about SEX in Thailand?
Sex is rarely a topic discussed freely in Thailand. Talking about sex brings either embarrassment, shame or laughter. Everything in the current curriculum and education was designed by people of previous generations. In order to bring about changes, we also have to change the way we work. Listening to youths, their feedback, and how each decision is affecting them is important. They should be allowed to get involved, not just be a receiver at the end
A political party complained about the show, saying, “Sex Education may suit Western society where teens get to learn about sex education both from home and at school. In Thai society, however, they haven’t learnt the topic correctly, which may lead to other social problems.” – Bangkok Post
Here is the properly time to be open mind and cultivate a right thing about sex among This society. Starting with parents should be open mind and be brave to educate the kids about sex.
There seems to be a general consensus that kids do need to be taught about sex. A recent survey published in the Canadian Journal of Human Sexuality found that 87 percent of parents believe sex education is important enough that it should be taught in schools.
According to the survey, parents rated themselves, doctors and nurses, and the school system as the most competent sources of sex ed.
How Important of ‘SEX TALK’
Parents are the most important influence on a teen’s decisions about sex and relationships – even more important than friends, siblings, or the media. Most teens say that it would be easier to make decisions about sex if they could talk openly and honestly with their parents.
Teens who talk with their parents about sex are more likely to put off having sex until they are older. They are also more likely to make healthy choices, like using condoms to prevent pregnancy and STDs (sexually transmitted diseases), if they do choose to have sex
When should be start to talk
Experts agree that sex is something kids should always be learning about. They recommend weaving sex into everyday discussions, layering in more information over time and introducing certain concepts at specific ages.
However, parents might start talking to kids about sexuality when they’re still small, it’ll be way easier when you eventually have to talk to them about actually having sex.
What should be in Sex talk with children.
I Think every Ages might have a different topic sex to focus on so you might learn more about this so it will help you to start the conversation easier with the kids.
Here are some videos and Articles I provides for your guys to get some tip about what should be in Sex Talk conversation :
: From Jamie is a writer who was banished from New York to New Jersey (aka The Sixth Borough) after the birth of her son.
1.”Love Is Love.”
The point is letting the kids know that anyone can fall in love with anyone else. This is something anyone who understands what love and relationships are can understand. This sets the stage for your child to know acceptance is not for a select few, but for everyone.
For Example, LGBTQ is always inclusive of everyone in the community. here is a quick breakdown of the meaning behind the acronym:
L – Lesbian
G – Gay
B – Bisexual
T – Transgender
Q – Queer
Q – Questioning
I – Intersex
A – Asexual
A – Ally
P – Pansexual
2. “To Each Their Own.”
Look, different people are made happy by different things. Different people believe in different things. And sometimes those things may seem strange to you and that’s fine.
3. “Everyone’s Body Deserves Respect.”
Talk about emphasizing the idea that every BODY deserves respect. We can’t define a “good body” simply as one that is pleasing to a viewer. A good body is one that enables the person who lives inside of it to do things and be someone that makes them happy. Body positivity is going to be clutch in laying the groundwork for sex positivity.
4. “You Are Loved And Valued.”
Sex positivity is nothing without self-esteem. Also kids thrive on the stuff, so it’s a good idea anyway.
5. “I Am Here Whenever You Need Someone To Listen.”
Listen to your child will ideally encourage the idea that there’s nothing your child won’t be able to bounce of you or ask you about.
Use media to start a conversation.
Kids see and hear messages about sex every day in the media – like on TV, in music, and online. When something comes up in a TV show or song, use it as an opportunity to start a conversation with your child.
- Sex Education
A teenage boy with a sex therapist mother teams up with a high school classmate to set up an underground sex therapy clinic at school.
- Never been kissed
A newspaper reporter enrolls in high school as part of research for a story.
- Sex Ed
Starring Haley Joel Osment as a detention teacher, Osment’s character begins to realize the kids aren’t all that educated when it comes to sex. So, he takes it upon himself to teach them about the birds and the bees the right way. It’s a hilarious comedy that young and old alike will enjoy.
- Sex After Kids
Sex After Kids is a comedy about different couples dealing with, you guessed it, sex after kids. Though it is a rather hilarious film, there are bits and pieces of sage advice sprinkled throughout. Make sure to pay attention to nuggets of knowledge.
- American Pie
A raunchy teen comedy about losing your virginity, we’ve probably all seen American Pie at some point in our lives. If you haven’t, you definitely should. It’ll take you back to your high school days, while providing you with a better understanding of sex and the feelings surrounding the deed.
Finally, I would like to ‘Thank You’ for taking the time to read my blog. I hope you enjoys and get more knowledges about Sex Talk between parents and children from this article.