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  pandalover69  |  26

This was in France. Teaching kids about sex isn't as taco there as it is here. Europeans believe sex is natural whereas violence is not, and it's the opposite here in the US and in a few other countries.

  xxmollyxx  |  25

However natural sex obviously is, I find it extremely weird that the mother wanted a stranger on the train to educate her kids about it. That's the taco of the situation here for me.

  Mynamewontfi  |  40

#6 Yes Europeans generally don't make such a big deal about sex unlike Americans (also depending on where you live though), but I am pretty sure the mom wouldn't have liked it if OP told the kids how babies are really made.

By  tygerarmy  |  35

There's a part of me that would want to go into graphic detail. But the kids don't deserve that, even if the parent does. Plus, if I pissed her off, I'm sure it could be a legal issue. Won't somebody think of the children?!

By  Gatashablan  |  7

I don't understand about being embarrassed about sex, making babies, they are just very curious.
Actually i'm mixed about this. I won't mind telling kids how babies are made in graphic detail and tell them they are are too young and can't have babies because their body and mind isn't ready and it's lot of work.

But somehow, i prefer telling them it's all about falling in love with someone whatever nem gender is, a romantic way about life without answering their question.


Honestly I am not going to educate some random woman's kids just because she is too lazy to do it herself.

If she doesn't know then how naive is she and how did she ever pass school?