Sex education: permissions, limitations and prohibitions

Sex education involves building messages for children and teens that are also up to parents to pass on.



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As a child, his body was little discovered but he was also often examined by others. How to react? ” If it’s curiosity to look at the genitals of another child, of the opposite sex, that’s something that will be heard more as the child grows. Exploring one’s own body and another’s body – within the limits of consent and specific habits – is a way of building oneself and one’s relationships with others.lined up child psychiatrist François Medjkane. Exploratory activities of two premature children or two pubescent children were allowed together. But not those of a pre -adolescent child who has a pubescent child. They are not the same level in terms of their sexual development, we are in a state of risk to be reached. »

Prohibition of Incest

There is also a message that is important to pass on to the child, who owns his body, who has no right to touch it, to touch his genitals without permission. Even if it’s an adult, if it’s an adult and that includes family adultspromotes François Medjkane. Incest taboo is something that is not adequately discussed. However, children can hear and understand these instructions. On the contrary, the earlier we can form it in a child, the more he or she will develop these rules. It’s part of the same rules as not stealing from a store. It can only be positive. »






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