Our expert says:
You are a very wise parent. At the ages of 12 or 13 it is normal for children to become sexually curious as their hormones start to create the changes that will lead to puberty. This is a golden opportunity for you to start that very difficult conversation of discussing sex with your children, you are very clearly aware of the dangers of telling children that sex is wrong. Sit down and discuss these issues with him, and in an unthreatening way, allowing him the space to discuss with you, what is feeling. This will allow for further conversations in the time to come, and will convince him that he came being these kind of problems to his mother, who will answer them in a non-judgemental way. One of the biggest tragedies of modern life, is that children and adolescents feel they cannot discuss their problems with their parents because they will just become angry. Don't worry about the 18 age restriction. This is just a but the suggestion from the censorship board, and is not written in stone. Rather do what is best for your child.
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