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20 November 2007


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That is an amazing book. I used it to help answer my son's questions about his body and sex. I read it aloud to him and paused whenever he had a question. Later, when he was 10, when a friend of his was perplexed about some of the weird stuff he'd heard about sex, my son took him to the library and they spent some time reading that book and talking. I guess this woman prefers her kids to keep believing the weird stuff they hear about sex at school. Or church or wherever she falsely believes her kids can go without being corrupted by knowledge about their own bodies. Stuff like what my son heard, which is that his testicles were eggs that would make babies, and that two testicles meant he would have two babies, and that the testicles would have to come out of the hole in his penis.

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