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I realize now how tough it is, because you feel like so much is riding on how you deliver the information and what you say to your child." T.
is a photographer in her late 30s and the mother of a 9-month-old girl.
Of course, I never wanted them to know I was reading it (and looking at all of those contorted sex positions), so I would sneak the book away into my bedroom.
They never would have cared and probably would have been right there to answer questions.
When my marriage was on the rocks, I asked my mom for help.
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.
Someone suggested "playing with yourself," but I didn't like that because it made me think of dressing up a Barbie doll. I e-mailed each of them a short questionnaire about how they learned about sex, and from whom, and a variety of other topics like masturbation, oral sex, homosexuality and orgasm.
And the women had learned about menstruation in sex education classes in school.
What follows is what they told me about how they learned about sex. is a writer in her mid-30s and the mother of two children, a 9-year-old girl and a 4-year-old boy.
She always made it very clear that intercourse was something that one must never do until after marriage.