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I am all for affection towards children. I believe that it is beneficial. My son knows and understands that you should not touch or let other people touch private parts unless it is a doctor or a parent for the reason of hygiene/safety only. Even though he knows this, he still tries to touch me inappropriately, like playing with my boobs or trying to line up his lower half with mine. I asked him if he knew what sex is and he said no. I asked him if he had seen his dad and step mom do that and again he said no. I asked him and even had a relative ask him if any one has touched him or was made to touch anyone else and again the answer is no. I talked to his dad a little about leaving out the part of him trying to do it with me) it but his dad kind of laughed it off as being normal and saying that he does it because it makes his wee wee feel good; and that he started doing stuff like that when he was around the same age.
Asked by Anonymous at 12:45 PM on Nov. 29, 2008 in Kids' Health
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Answer by Kimebs at 1:00 PM on Nov. 29, 2008
okay whoever wrote pervert, must be a pervert to think anything sexual is going on for this mom. Listen, my son sadly did the same thing when he was 5. I was sooooooooo worried. it really freaked me out. But my son is basically with me 24hrs so it would be hard for him to have had an opportunity to be abused by someone. he got through it. its hard, when I get embarrassed I laugh. try not to ever laugh and be firm with NO and he will stop. mine did. good luck, by the way my ped. told me it was normal curiosity too.
seriously shame on you if your a mom and you answered pervert, what kind of mother are you? I feel bad for your kids to be stuck with someone so closed minded when someone asks a ? and gets you...
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