Our expert says:
Sounds like you handled the original episode well. In all such events, kids are usually more disturbed by a parents obvious high distress than by the event itself. Its hard to guess what this is about. Because we don't see most of what children do, we don't know how often children do suh things, spontaneously or with encouragement. We do know that children are very curious and experiment with their own bodies, without such behaviours having any sexual connotations or significance ; and that they can feel some degree of sexual arousal, again, within the range of their own experimentation, and that these are all within the range of normal behaviour of normal kids. We also know that some kids get molested or at least engaged in more deliberately sexual activities, by adults or by other children, and again they tend not to see it as something dreadful, and to be more concerned about whether it feels interesting or not. SO, he may have experimented on his own, and he might possibly be reacting to something someone else did with him.
Do discuss it with the principle, who is probably more used to such things ; and concentrate on following up your useful conversations --- encourage him to feel free to ask you about any such odd experiences he encounters, and emphasize his right to privacy of his body, and that some activities are not a good idea.
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