This is very common with children of this age and has no sexual cause or relationship at all. It is just children's normal curiosity. The thing is not to make a fuss about this kind of behaviour which will only reinforce and prolong it. Try to ignore your son's behaviour if he ever does this again.This stage does not usually last very long.
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