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A little too early to be introduced to bookkake isn't he?! In all seriousness though that's concerning. I hope your parents will intervene because it sounds like he needs the talk and another about personal belongings. .-.

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1. Children begin masturbating at a young age (there's even evidence they do it in the womb). It's generally not driven by sexual thought/desire—they just find something that feels good, so they do it. They're driven by the pleasure principle. It is generally harmless, and they usually learn to control their urges when they understand them and their body better. 2. Why the fuck would you suggest having a NINE year old watch Internet porn? It's one thing for a child to be curious (and aroused) by the human body, especially as he's learning about it, but it's quite another to plunk down a nine year old in front of Porn Hub and tell him to go crazy. I really hope you understand the difference.

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Actually, both male and female fetuses are known to masturbate in the womb. And they absolutely have at least some degree of muscle control—it’s not like it takes a neurosurgeon's precision to rub your hand against your genitals.

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22—You are correct that aggressive or unusual sexual behavior in young children can be a sign of sexual abuse, however, masturbation in children is normal and fairly common. It isn't anything to be concerned about unless the child is hurting him/herself, is doing it excessively at inappropriate times, or displays unusual or advanced sexual knowledge. Young children (pre-pubescent) are not sexual beings. They do not have a sex drive or sexual desire in the same way adults do. If something feels good, they do it. While in college, I nannied for toddlers, taught preschool, and ran summer programs for elementary school kids. In those four years, I can't even tell you the amount of conversations I had to have with children (and their parents) about "private time". In contrast, in the 15 years I've taught high school, I've only had to have that conversation once (with a developmentally disabled girl and her parents). Anyone who's worked with young children has similar stories. I know for many adults, it seems odd, or creepy and disturbing, but read any child development book. It's a perfectly normal part of development. Btw—that's why it's so incredibly important that parents teach their children about their bodies at a young age, and continue with age/developmentally appropriate sex/health education from the toddler years through the teen years. Kids are already exploring their bodies, so they need to learn what their bodies do. Sorry for the long comment, but it's important for parents and adults to understand that this is normal and not to shame a child for it or immediately assume the child has been abused. That could damage a child's future outlook on sex. I'm not saying you should encourage or teach a child to masturbate, but it is normal for children to explore their bodies.

A little too early to be introduced to bookkake isn't he?! In all seriousness though that's concerning. I hope your parents will intervene because it sounds like he needs the talk and another about personal belongings. .-.

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