Thoughts? wrote:Pffft. Love this chain.
I'm blessed. My daughter's spent a lot of time around animals and is into horse back riding, so there's never been a mystery on the "parts" aspect of it.
When we've had a chance to visit about philosphy, I've told her that I try to live in a manner that I would be comfortable with her living. In other words, after I dated my now wife for about two years, we did live together, then got engaged. Then got married. I used myself as an example -- and told her that the key was to have a mutually supportive & respectful relationship.
On the application of certain "products", I have certainly been able to cope with buying the right type of products. As far as the finer points, it has been convenient to have my wife along when my daughter went into the dressing room to try on bras, and when she had her early periods. But frankly, as a loving caring dad I would do what I had to do, with appropriate discretion & sensitivity.
defaultuser wrote:I think the real sex education is really relationship education. How to avoid people that will use you. Young women are especially vulnerable.
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