One sex-positive writer has caused quite the controversy amongst parents.
Australian blogger Nadia Bokody says parents should give their teenage daughters sex toys so they can get more comfortable with their bodies. She also thinks that masturbation should be part of school curriculum in order to encourage young women to explore their sexuality.
Nadia, who refers to herself as a “sexpert”, thinks schools aren’t putting enough effort in teaching young girls about self-pleasure. Although she feels that it’s up to parents to start the conversation, she believes that parents could help by giving their teenage daughters vibrators. She specifies the need for conversation with young girls as the conversation happens often with young boys. Between erections and wet dreams, sex education for young women is often centered around menstruation and unwanted pregnancy.
Nadia wants to be heard and for parents to face reality that kids are just having sex. Facts!
“Parents need to get their heads out of the sand and start facing reality,” she tells Metro UK. “Kids are having sex. That’s a fact.”
When the age for sex keeps on getting younger and is often unprotected without any emotional and psychological consideration, kids need to be educated past their school’s curriculum and need the support of their parents.
Would you give your teenage daughter a vibrator to learn about her own body and sexuality in the private space of her bedroom?
Maybe it’s time to unlock those chastity belts and give our daughters the tools, and toys, they need to educate themselves properly.