By reyoflight - 19/04/2013 22:04 - Brazil - Rio De Janeiro
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Maybe you should try to find her a hobby? Because that one is weird and gross.
That's very judgmental of you to say her activities are gross. Some may say getting tattoos on your body is sadist and disgusting. I personally believe we have a right to be free from being berated on the activities we choose to do, as long as its not hurting anyone. Is that girl trying to queef hurting you or infringing on your rights?
I think its time to keep better track of what she is doing online.
This freaks me out a little bit. My daughter will eventually be going though that stage, and I am unsure how to best respond. She is 3, so hopefully I still have some sanity time.
Logically, I know my kids are gonna do some really dumb things eventually. But is there any real way to be prepared for those aquward situations? Such as sexual exploring of their bodies. Is there anyway I could perhaps get the wife to walk in on that instead of me? I can deal with my sons, but my daughter...... Thats my baby girl. Lets just say, there is gonna be hell to pay when she tries to date.
Kids these days have seen too much, hopefully she only saw queefing.
That is sadly true. I was so innocent and naive when it came to things like this when I was that age. And that's the way it should be! I'm not saying that children should be completely sheltered and ignorant of such things. They do need to be taught about their own body, the way it works, the anatomy of their genitalia, etc. BUT, it should be taught to them using words that they will understand and only the very basics at first. Then, you slowly progress into more and more detail as they grow up. That way they can learn at their own level and yet maintain the amount of innocence appropriate for their age. And they won't have to look to the internet, or other mediums, to learn about these types of things.
Also, if the OP's daughter is that curious already and willing to attempt queefing, that just sounds silly lol, something that she has only seen on the internet and doesn't really understand, at 12, what will she be trying next? Internet restrictions, blocks, and a very close watch on what she is looking up is definitely in order here! "What if those don't work and she manages to get passed the blocks?" Then there's no more internet for her! And, "What if she goes behind their back and uses the internet elsewhere?" Well, there's really not much that can be done about that sadly. When teens and teeny-boppers are determined to do something, and they usually are, especially when they know it will upset their parents, there's almost no stopping them.