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Answer only the question your child asked, then wait. Young kids often say they want to marry their friends—or even you! ” simplicity is best: “Yes, in many states in the country, they can.” Ease into the toughest query.
If you hear “Wait…how do two mommies have a baby without a daddy?
I felt a little frayed around the edges — after all, it was the first chance for uninterrupted adult conversation I had had in months. I like to smoke when I drink, which is seldom enough to make it a social quirk but not enough to make it a habit. ” a young man replied with a surprised look on his face. Were the euphemisms for male or female masturbation? I was then asked by a handsome young man, “Well, what do you call it — jacking off?
The party was a casual, post-poetry-reading affair, the kind where the food consists of a single bag of chips that gets passed around, lots of jug wine and whiskey. I was so proud of being a bad-girl mother out at night. ” My husband’s name is Jack, so that’s not an option.
A group of us were jammed into the corner of the kitchen when someone asked if any of us had seen a T-shirt with one of those top 20 lists of euphemisms for masturbation. I asked another woman in the group if she had a name for it.
She smiled and said, “I call it ‘The last time I saw Elvis.'” We tried to come up with others, such as tying knots, twirling, ring around the rosy, but none sounded right. So I did what every modern mother does — I invited a focus group of mothers I know over for a virtual cup of coffee.
I want to figure out a way to tell my daughter about things like masturbation and orgasm — not to mention sexual intercourse — in a more creative way than my mother did, which was to completely avoid the subject. When it came to how they learned about sex, my friends were split.
A listener driving three children – not her own — aged 11‚ 15 and 16 tuned into the “disgusting and inappropriate” discussion about sex just before 6pm at the end of January.“It was very embarrassing to say the least‚” she noted in a complaint to The Broadcasting Complaints Commission of South Africa.
Luckily Joe Quaranta, 55, was on hand to offer Kieran some words of wisdom, advising him to think of sex 'like a horse race'.
“I’m still shocked that announcers could talk about the subject in so much detail.”This is not the first time that Phat Joe’s show has irked some listeners‚ with the most recent complaint lodged against him in February for comments made about Down’s syndrome.
Broadcasting complaints commissioner Linda Venter said‚ “The fact that these children were not the complainant’s own children‚ probably made it even more embarrassing‚ since where parents would usually know their own children well and would know how to approach any questions or remarks in such circumstances‚ this was not the case here.”“Discussions of this nature are essentially inappropriate on radio at times when children might be in the audience and would be beyond the contemporary South African standard of tolerance‚” said Venter.
The offended listener‚ who was not identified by her full name in the ruling‚ suggested that controversial‚ inappropriate‚ explicit topics and conversations should not be allowed during certain hours. I’m sure if the show is so successful‚ the listeners will listen to it‚ no matter what the time.”The radio station was warned that “should the same kind of contravention recur in future‚ the sanction could increase exponentially if the circumstances so dictate”.
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