Articles on Sexual Abuse and Behavior
"Most people can recall a time where, as a child, you were curious about sexual development. It’s not uncommon for young children to engage in “doctor” play or ask questions about genital differences of the opposite sex. We’ve all heard children ask questions about sex and sexuality that often leave the adult flustering to find the right words to answer the child’s question in a developmentally appropriate manner..."
Nancy D. Kellogg Committee on Child Abuse and Neglect
Last Updated 7/19/2016
Source American Academy of Pediatrics (Copyright © 2016)
"It can be easy for parents to talk with their children about the differences between right and wrong, but it is often more difficult for parents to talk with their children about sexual development..."