By Anonymous - 29/07/2013 07:54 - United States - Riverside
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That's the perfect time to teach him. He seems sweet enough to care !
Plus, if she can show him what she likes right off the bat, they can set the tone for the rest of their relationship. One of my friends still fakes an orgasm because she thinks it's "too late" to show her husband what works. Instead of faking, OP might actually get to have the real deal.
I think that hits a bigger thing in schools. I guess the clitoris is seen as a "pleasure only" part, and they probably label it down to the positions as well. My sex ed class was incredibly watered down, but yeah I do agree that they need to include stuff like that. As well as proper ways to put on a condom, one of my friends growing up actually got a girl pregnant because he put the condom on upside down...in reference to the guy above, they showed how to put it on but it was a quick "ok here's how you do it next subject"
well i dont live in america. i just think its weird to skip things like that. its nothing inappropriate or something to be ashamed of. i think that when the time comes when they teach about the anatomy of genetalia, it is important to give the full picture and not say things like: "oh that little thing there, that's nothing". it is as weird as you make it yourself to me. however i do understand how people raised in other places in the world might find this idea rather strange. its just how people think here, blame it on cultural differences i guess
Schools aren't trying to teach you how to be a good lover. I can completely understand why the clitoris might not have been covered in an anatomy or sex ed class. They only have a limited time. As the previous commenter suggested, there's just not enough resources to teach the Kama Sutra or go in depth about anything in particular. This is suppose to be general basic knowledge stuff. If you want to know more, ask your parents or go to the library and get a book. (Going on the internet will just get you inundated with porn, which is not a good teaching tool.)
Exactly! Sex Ed these days is just a watered down, "here's the basic way to do it" version of itself. You can't find out about positions or more sexual portions of anatomy unless the teacher is outgoing, you steal mags from those around you, or you get online/watch TV porn. I mean yeah kids or friends around you might talk about it, but it's hard to build reference if all you hear are words..
oh but i didnt learn it in sex ed either. im sorry, i thought we were speaking about biology/ anatomy class. where i live this class is compulsory. you get it at least twice a week and it is compulsory to teach about (among other things) the anatomy of genetalia. i would find it alarming if they didnt teach about the clitoris. then they would leave out a part of the anatomy. i think thats everything what education is not supposed to be. also, there's a differencr between explaining what it is and advertising sex to youngsters (i know you didnt imply it but i did want to point it out)
My sex ed class was actually quite thorough, more about the biology of it - it's the female variant of the penis, develops depending on your chromosomes, etc. This opened up general discussion that was really helpful. Plus my teacher had the world's best poker face. She'd answer anything.
I agree with number 54, and I'm shocked that's some classes didn't teach about these things! I live in America, and in my class they went waaaay in depth. All the way to what's the most sensitive parts, what's pleasurable, and the names of everything. We also had many many diagrams.
In every sex Ed class I've been in, they've never mentioned any anatomy. It's always been how you get pregnant and how to prevent it. When the schools brought in health care professionals to teach it, it was always talk of how to prevent teenage pregnancy, clinics to get birth control, Plan B, and what you can do if you are pregnant.
Limited time? In Catholic school I got one year of diagrams in fifth grade but EIGHT YEARS of abstinence education. And considering the reputations of some kids at my school and the fact that one girl got pregnant (I went to a rather small school so one kid is a big deal), they spent years on something that didn't work that well.
The female body is a flipping mystery to men. However, I've found that a solid diagram works wonders for those willing to learn. :)
I'm not really into having my husband go down on me in the first place, but I LOVE doing it for him! I prefer him using his hands on me while I go down on him, though. It's an excellent foreplay choice that ensures that both he and I are lubricated naturally, we have never needed lube, at the same time so that when he or I want move into actual sex it doesn't hurt me. Dry sex is never fun for a woman. Remember that fact, gentlemen.
That's so cute she still thinks clitoris' exist. She probably still thinks Slash is real to. Adorable