should i biy my child sex toys
I’m absolutely stumped : should I buy my child sex toys? On the one hand, it can seem like a really great idea to teach my child about all the different aspects of sexuality — and it’s okay to be curious and have fun with it. On the other hand though, I’m wondering if it’s appropriate at such a young age.
It’s so hard to know what to do in a situation like this. I mean, I want to make sure my children are informed and safe, so do I introduce these toys into our family home, or do I wait until they are older? I guess it’s just a matter of what I feel comfortable with, and what is deemed okay by society.
That said, sex education is becoming more and more important in today’s world, and I’d hate to not give my children every opportunity to learn about it. I want them to be able to make their own decisions in a safe and informed environment. But, I’m scared that buying them sex toys might not be the best approach.
I guess it comes down to what I think. It’s hard not to be influenced by other people, and to trust your own intuition, but that’s the only way I’m going to make a truly informed decision. I’m not going to be able to please everyone, so I have to take into account my own beliefs and opinions before anyone else’s.
At the end of the day, I’m an adult and a parent. I’m responsible for my children’s physical, emotional and mental wellbeing, so this is my call to make. There’s no definite answer as to if I should buy my child sex toys, it’s ultimately my decision.
What I have learned is that there is no one size fits all answer, and it’s really important to listen to yourself, as well as your kids. I might have to try out different approaches to ensure that my children are comfortable with the topic of sex, without feeling uncomfortable or overwhelmed.
So, I’m considering all my options. I’m considering talking to sex therapists, reading up on different methods, and sex dolls talking to other parents to see what their approaches are. I’m also open to having conversations with my child, and making sure they know that it is OK to ask questions. I’m doing research now to see if there’s a way I can introduce sex toys, if I decide to buy them, in a way that feels comfortable for my child and myself.
As for now, I’m still undecided. I’m open to hearing what people think, and talking it out with different people. I’m sure I’ll come to a conclusion eventually, but until then, I’m taking all the options into consideration.