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What's wrong with asking questions to parents, especially when it comes to body parts. His/her daughter is just curious and confused, and asking a parent or nurse is better then some kid in school that would make fun of her.

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Judgmental much when i was 12 our teachers didnt say a thing about it. I got the talk from my parents and i went to high school a catholic one and they hardly talked about it either

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11, dont forget that OP is In different country from you and I, so while in Australia you would have learnt about sex ed in 6th grade (for me anyway), which would make me around 12, in the US, it may be different.

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We got the talk in 5th grade but we didn't learn the details like scrotum and stuff until 8th. But I'm a guy so I just kinda learned about it from other guys. Not sure what age a girl would hear that level of detail at.

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I don't blame her for being a bit confused. When I was in sixth grade, when sex Ed was being taught, my teacher couldn't stop laughing at the word "penis" long enough to explain what it was.

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121- im sorry but you seriously think some kids in grade 12 dont know what a scrotum is? Its part of the biology curriculum and im quite sure most kids take that because every kid in my school does. Youre' a moron if you dont know what that is by age 17-18. And I also go to a catholic school and sex ed is part of the class and we do learn about all the parts. Not that any of us need to, we have all known about this shit for a looong time.

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121- I went to a Catholic high school as well, and we did not have a specific Sex Ed class. We did, however, take biology as a freshman or sophomore, where we learned, in detail, about the reproductive system and the anatomy it involved. If your school offers biology around those grade levels, I can assure you that everyone in your grade knows what a scrotum is by now.

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Well when I was 11 and they taught us about puberty; the guy explaining to us about when we know as in a "thick milky liquid on your sheets like wetting the bed and you'll find it when you wake up. It's basically the same for girls, too!" So I kept thinking that I'd have milk come out of my vagina and when I did get my first period, I felt embarassed and felt like something was wrong with me or something broke and kept quiet. Teachers don't always go about it the right way, and it's good to ask questions.

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149-There are parts of the world were people who are 30+ think sex is a sin and dont realize or know girls dont have the same as guys. Age doesn't mean shit. Obviously you need to go to less sex ed classes you lil slut and take a world cultures class or something that way your not so blind to shit

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Just cause thy havnt had the talk doesnt mean there an idiot. Maybe they havnt had the talk for a certain reason. Or a family reason. U neverwinter know. I didnt have the talk Till i was 13 because of family reasons. And if Think its right to' call a kid that doesnt know any better and idiot than u miss Are obe urself.

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If you expect a child to learn it all from a school sex ed class, your teenaged daughter will come up to you one day saying, "Mom, my stomach is getting HUGE and I feel nauseous all the time, but at least my breasts are getting big. And no more periods. I LOVE menopause!"

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The Scrotum Fairy's appearance is not unlike that of a haggard old woman. Its hair is missing, except for a few curly, coarse hairs that sit atop its weathered noggin. Its wrinkled chin sways pendulously with every movement. It prefers to be referred to as "Scrotes." |the kid|

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Well if that's how she knows it then she would be wrong...right along with you apparently. The scrotum is the sack which holds the testicles (balls/nuts/family jewels...etc.), not the actual testicles themselves. Guess you are more innocent...or at least more ignorant...than you thought.

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