Is there literature from your childhood that you don't want to share with your child?
Are their any books/movies/stories that you read/saw as a child, but now you don't want your child to read/hear/see it?
Like I "managed" to get hold of a copy of Lady Chatterley's Lovers ... hope the title is right ... when aged around 15 ... reckon all the kids somehow manage to "find" what they want to "see" ... what my generation, "read" ...
These days the intellectual type of kids, share, modern "literature" like Playboy, Stud, Penthouse ... and others I am not aware of ... so also the graphic depictions of love, available on the Internet ... because, its a matter of knowing the mystique of sex, and thats a normal part of growing ...
Thus, kids will always somehow find, what they want to "know" ... my telling them not to do so ... or the Reproductive System Classes are of no help !
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