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By  GreatBigWorld_  |  15

When I was drunk I did that once..

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  rhysfucker  |  24

R Kelley?

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  TrippingOnAcid  |  29

Or maybe OP's daughter knew her mum was eavesdropping

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  NiceGuysDoWin  |  21

If your daughter is 16 and you haven't educated her about sex, you have failed as a parent. Why are parents so squeemish talking to their kids about sex? If they are old enough to ask the question, "Where do babies come from?" they are old enough to start getting answers to those questions. If people would just be honest with their children and be open to discussions about sex, drugs, smoking, alcohol, or any other topic when their kids are young, they wouldn't have a problem with their kids being comfortable talking to them about this stuff when it matters.

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  mattrd_fml  |  31

64: OP is a dad.

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  Marley_000  |  14

Agree 100% #70. This is a YDI. What kind of parent lets their child make their own assumptions about sex right up to age 16? A little past due for the talk. And if their daughter does end up pregnant, or worse, peed on; OP has no one to blame but themselves.

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  oneloonyluna  |  13

A hell of a lot of schools leave the decision to take that class up to the parent, and a hell of a lot opt their children out because "it'll make them sexually active if the learn about it".

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  AoC15  |  10

There really isn't sex ed it's just health and it doesn't go deep into sex. And you see the outcome of that

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  okaydisarray  |  17

I'm assuming 3 meant that OP needs to educate her daughter on the subject of sex and the mechanics of reproduction. Meaning she needs to go a little more in depth than most parents do when having "the talk."

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  garrett_8614  |  14

Whether or not the school has a Sex Ed or health class, it is very important for a parent to talk about stuff like this in detail. The last thing you want is a misinformed child walking around confused about how sex or pregnancy works

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  Just_A_Tree  |  20

A lot of places teach abstinence only anymore (as far as I know). They teach safe sex, and all the risks, and then do a good job of reminding students that abstinence is the only way to ensure 100% not pregnant or other varying diseases. I've even been to a sex education put on by the church. And even then. They still taught safe sex, yet still leaning toward abstinence. I don't know if it's the same everywhere though.

By  Metthew  |  15

If that's what she heard and believe, I think you need to get your butt in gear and tell her how it really is, considering you're the parent - embarrassing for you that you haven't bothered to tell her before she turned 16 AND got a boyfriend.

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  dammmnnnn  |  6

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  vikky538  |  28

on Disney...

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