Thankyou for your clearest answer to help me out thankyou
Not at all. Glad I could help. By the by, my girlfriend works in family law and policy and she brings home research data on these kinds of things all the time that I then look at out of curiosity. Much of my answer was drawn from some of what I have read.Anyhow, not to worry. Things'll be fine.
Thankyou if you can tell ur girlfriend about this may be a expert opinion and im glad if you post this ony reply thankyou
Sorry, I don't quite follow what you wrote as your writing is a little unclear. Just to clarify, my girlfriend is not a child psychologist or anything like that. She is a lobbyist actually. However, they use research data to back their positions and therefore she sees a lot of such research on all sorts of topics related to the family - including human sexuality.For my part, I just find such things intellectually interesting and so she brings home research from time to time just for my idle interest. Suffice to say, she would likely say the same things that I just did.Hope that helps. If not, please clarify your writing and I will attempt to answer your question.
Thankyou I'm clear
And another thing what if it ended up in a sexual way
How should I react
You separate them and send the other children home. Then you explain to your daughter how her conduct was not appropriate and you punish her according to whatever standard you typically use. Depending on what happened, you may be wise to contact the other parents and explain why you sent their kids home. However, you are under no obligation to raise their children, only your own.Therefore, unless someone was hurt, you need not provide explanations to the other parents. That part is, as a result, at your discretion. For your own daughter, however, a long conversation - in a calm and measured tone as yelling will accomplish nothing - on what is and is not appropriate behavior for her age followed by grounding for an extended period or whatever punishments you usually use, would be recommended.
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How can you say they will have sex
Of course, I can't say for sure. But if you allow them to sleep naked, they will almost definitely touch each other and that will then escalate.
They are around 14 if they touch too is it wrong? It should be guided?
I dont know they around 13 to 14
I had sex when I was 13... what about you?
When did you start playing with yourself? Lol
What if they finger and fuck each other?
I dont know that why I'm posting here what to do
Would you enjoy watching that?
Or be uncomfortable?
Just reply of you want to helpe not make it worse
I'm sorry... I'm just curious to how you would feel if it ended up going sexual.
If it happens I dont know how to react
What if they wanted you to teach them?
I would probably say no and convey this to their moms
Have you heard anything since they asked?
No not a thing
At the time nothing strikes in my mind I just said yes
What are you thinking now?
I dont know may be they are cuddling each other sleeping
Will they be bare naked?
How do you feel about that?
You don't mind it?
I dont know how to react to it
Would it shock you then?
No they asked permission to me I know they are naked
Like, just now?
Or did this happen earlier?
No just now
Have you checked on them then? Or listened?
Checked at midnight
How long ago was that?
Maybe try checking again?
Just be discrete I suppose
They are still sleeping
Some are and some are occupying more space and hands are spread
Ah okay... That's an interesting thing to ask at a sleep over though...
Yeah, of course. Did you ever have those kind of thoughts growing up?