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  bettykooler  |  7

Comment moderated for rule-breaking.. Show it anyway

  Enslaved  |  36

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!

  diaspora_fml  |  26

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.

  Susieee_Q  |  9

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.


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.

  RedPillSucks  |  31

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.