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Sexuality and peer pressure…

Your daughter wants to know what a "blowjob" is

Oh no! What am I going to tell

her?

The question can be shocking! How should you respond? Calm down before you talk to your daughter. “Is this the first time you heard this word and where did you hear it? It's a word that some people use to describe a sexual act that takes place between two con- senting people in private. It's a part of sexual behaviour. But there's a lot more to sexuality than blowjobs.”

Don't jump to conclusions about your daughter's guilt. She's not responsible for what she's heard. In addition, your respectful attitude will show her that she can talk to you about anything, even if the subject is embarrass- ing and awkward. Before responding, you can take a few moments to decide what you want to say by asking her some questions. This will allow you get your thoughts together so you can give her the appropriate

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WORDS THAT SHOCK

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information and convey a healthy understanding and respect for sexuality.

There is a trend nowadays for some young people to take part in oral sex in public places, with multiple part- ners. It is not surprising that your daughter has heard the expression “give a blow job” without necessarily understanding what it means. You can put this sexual practice in the proper context by presenting it as a sex- ual act done in private,between two consenting people who are mature enough to have sexual relations.

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