This is somewhat related to the "what do you think about this [sexual orientation curriculum]" question going around. My boys know men and women who are straight and gay, and it's been a natural part of how the world is for them pretty much their whole lives. I know people have differing, and VERY STRONG opinions on the subject, so I'm just curious what your kids do know, what you've taught them and what they've been exposed to from the rest of the world.Answer Question
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This will probably sound sort of naive to some, but I feel that my kids are a little young for any sexual frame of reference. My oldest is 6 and I want him to stay young and unadulterated for hopefully at least another year before I start getting hard questions. When the time comes that he asks me questions, I will answer them frankly and let him decide for himself how he feels about it. Neither me nor my DH make references to homosexuals or transgender people, so I am sure that he will accept it as it is.
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