My friend thought sex was just hugging naked. In tenth grade. I thought she was kidding. She wasn't.
My family has never spoken to me about sex ever.
Wow...glad that I'm not the only one. I'm almost 19 and my parents never heard the word sex coming out of my mouth and neither did I ever hear it from theirs.
Kinda awkward, it makes me think that my parents still see me as a 10 y/o kid, lol.
By never, I mean not even lying.
Well do you know the difference between a penis and a vagina?
Then you'll be okay.
The same deal with curse words. If they weren't so fucking taboo, they would fucking lose all of their fucking meaning.
I have no problem with cursing, but when people swear too much it makes you think they are stupid and have a small vocabulary.
It does actually. I have quite a large vocabulary, but my two favorite words are "fuck" and "fantastic". I don't use "fuck" in an actual discussion, but it gets peppered into my everyday speech quite often. I guess it's just a part of the average teen lexicon.
Don't fucking swear you bitch!
Ever notice the teenagers who aren't pregnant are the ones who have close relationships with their parents(s) and are open with them when it comes to talking about sex? Obviously they're the ones who know about it.
My parents are completely open and have always been. I still hold pretty old fashioned views on sex.
See, here on amirite, we all know how each other found out about sex, yet a tiny percent have actually had it.
I haven't had sex, but I've done everything else. It was only with one person whom I thought I loved. I still might love them, but whatever. It's not my inability to get sex. It's just my personal moral views.
Definitely....I know someone who was almost prego who had an alcoholic mom and a dad across the country...
How can you be almost prego?
the sperm misses the egg by .000001 centimeters, just grazing it
Negative. Didn't go in. Just impacted on the surface.
Yeah, I'm not saying that all girls who come from bad families are going to wind up pregnant, or that all girls who are close to their families won't, but it's been a proven fact that if you're not open with your family about sex, then you're going to get false information.
I always assumed it happened once in a while like going to Disney or something. And then when I was 14 the conversation somehow turned to sex with my mother and she was like ....lol no its more often than that >_>
and i was like wat gross why are you sure
cool story bro.
Until I was about the same age (13, maybe?) I thought that parents only had to have sex once, and it was like unlocking an obstacle to have children or something. Yeah, I didn't watch much TV back then
bloop bloop bleep
You've unlocked three new children.
Sex with your mother, huh?
Can I get in on this?
The best part is the "are you sure"
I had to explain what sex was to my friend when I was 13. We were talking about boys and I made a joke, and she kind of looked at me with a blank expression. I asked her if she knew what I was talking about and she said no. So I said something along the lines of 'The penis goes into a hole in your vagina and stuff comes out and that makes babies.' She almost threw up, especially when she realized her parents did that. Later that night we went to a local skating rink and she stayed away from all men.
And also, I was on the homepage, and it was 7:59 pm where I live, which means it was a minute away from midnight in the UK, and then I refreshed the page at 8, and then there was a new POTD. It was cool.
No thanks, I'm allergic to gluten.
There's a fine line. Until a certain age I would like to think my future children will be innocent and not have to worry about sex or even know about it at all. But if they ask about it, I won't lie to them but will explain it as a normal thing that moms and dads do together. And of course, when the age comes, I don't want my kids to be the last ones in the school to get the memo like I was =/
I didn't know about sex until 6th grade. We were reading To Kill a Mockingbird in class and got to the part where Tom Robinson is accused of rape. I raised my hand and I'm like, "what is rape?" and everybody laughed at me :C The teacher said "when someone forces sex on you" and i'm like "what's sex?" and everybody laughed at me. http://ctrlv.in/72403
My psychology professor said it's best (if they ask) to tell your kids the truth about where babies come from. The same applies when they first notice that the opposite sex doesn't have the same body parts as them.
It didn't used to be like this, but I've been reading memo as meme-o (to rhyme with Nemo), and then I try and puzzle out what a memo is. It takes me a bit, but I soon realize memo is, in fact, an actual word. Internet words are messing with my internal vocabulary...
My older sister had this poster that said 'Beer: Helping ugly people have sex since 1862!' and I got curious and asked about it..at which point she decided that, as a second grader, I was mature enough to handle the truth.
lol, how old was your sister at the time?
She's eleven years older than me, so eighteen.
I was never formally told, but I heard people talking about it back in 4th grade talking about what rape was, I had no idea, then the Internet taught me that evening...
"that evening"... I like that dark element you put in your sentence lol
4th grade? Was there safe search on that computer? I can image some pretty traumatizing things for a 4th grader that would have come up otherwise...
My mom was very open and honest about everything. Though I stiII made my own assumptions. Iike that onIy mommies get periods (which Ied to me embarrassing my oIder sister when I was four) and that you can onIy have sex in a bed and since my dad said: you don't have to sIeep in the same bed to make babies; I thought the sperm wouId march over and impregnate the woman if they weren't sIeeping together. Scared me a IittIe.
My theory from the age of like, 6, was actually what sex is, except I thought he had to pee in her... -_-
But my parents never EVER talked to me about sex. I'm pretty sure they think I don't know... ah, the life of a homeschooler.
I thought girls only had one hole.... to pee/poop/get the dick
WHEN I WAS YOUNGER.
That could have been yesterday! YOU WERE YOUNGER YESTERDAY.
... no comment LOL.
Isn't it two...?
one to poop, one to pee/get the dick from?............
-_- one to poop, one to pee, on to get the dick from. SOMEONE'S a virgin... or a troll.
pshh, the one to pee does not even count, I prefer to think of it as part of the dick hole, but not enough to be an individual.
but... they're different.
I learned from a dictionary.
I did too!
My parents have never explained to me what sex was, I learned it from a Seventeen magazine I found when I was in seventh grade. Before that I thought it was just groping each other naked.
But when I was little, my mom told me that if you wanted a baby, you had to ask God for one. I was so confused about how people could accidentally get pregnant.
(LittleRed):@1667083 (LittleRed): "Hey God. Could you please get me the new album Baby by Justin Beiber?" Nine months later "What??! The album Baby not a real baby!!" Moral: You don't ask God for Justin Beiber.
it was funny until you tried to insult Justin Bieber. Kinda played out.
that awkward moment when someone misspells awkward...
The awkward moment when everyone is being a dick to you lately for absolutely no reason.
Absolutely no reason?
The awkward moment when the error is corrected and your correction looks retarded...
That awkward moment when your joke isn't funny.
My mom never told me anything, I thought sex was simply two naked people having kissed. I was horrified to learn the truth later on...but hey, might as well start with the truth; less awkward, more natural and all that jazz.
*all that jizz
I thought the same thing too, actually. Until I stumbled upon the definition in a dictionary when I was in fourth grade. Such a weird way to find out...
I never really got the sex talk, but my mom was pretty open on answering any day-by-day questions I had of the subject. I learned from an early age how babies were made by watching plenty of Animal Planet haha.
My mom pretty much explained sex to me when i was around 4 or 5.
then again she had to, seeing how my older brother and i found porn nd she walked in right then.
before hand jobs? hehe
It wouldn't be as awkward, too.
Except then you'd get a bunch of eight year olds "experimenting".
That's pretty normal even for kids.who.didn't get.the sex talk.