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  HKCgrimmjow  |  20

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  HKCgrimmjow  |  20

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  bettykooler  |  20

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  jpnitrox3  |  20

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  Enslaved  |  34

I agree. Kids are super curious. Especially, at that age. ***I remember when I was age 5, doing the "You show me yours and I'll show you mine". The little boy went first, I went next. He then followed me ALL around the school yard asking for a "do over" because he didn't see anything. Yeah, guess he was looking for what I DON'T have. Haha!

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  diaspora_fml  |  34

Unfortunately, saying that "they don't see anything wrong with it" implies that everyone else should. I would hope that equating the body with a shameful wrong is a receding attitude.

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  Susieee_Q  |  28

It's not bad.... It's normal. They are curious about their bodies. Sigmund Freud theories about development and whatnot - look it up. OP is clearly overreacting in this situation. At least, to my opinion.

By  S4ssyK4t  |  25

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  OhDearBetrayal  |  25

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Getting into what? Being curious about other people's bodies? Get off your high horse, everyone is curious about what is under other people's clothes, especially when they're little like that.

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  RedPillSucks  |  25

truly. at 6, this is not unusual for boys. my son kept asking why his sister didn't have one, and my neighbors daughter was stunned when she realized boys had extra anatomy.

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  brand2017  |  17

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