Getting better at it, not surprisingly, leads to better sex in our own lives.
For the month of September, Bustle’s Sex TBH package is talking about sex, honestly.
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If you hang in there, the awkwardness and embarrassment that you may experience at first will eventually shift into something else: awkwardness and laughter.
And learning to talk with our kids about our weird bodies and the even weirder things we sometimes choose to do with them actually makes us better at talking about sex with everyone, including our own intimate partners.
Whether they're realistic or totally over-the-top, a good movie sex scene is something that no one can deny they love, especially the ridiculously romantic ones with rising music and tension-filled backstories.Similarly, in a recent survey commissioned by Rogers Media, when parents were asked “At what age should you start talking to your kids about sex? It’s convincing them that they need to start much earlier. For one thing, if you start talking to your kids about sexuality when they’re still small, it’ll be way easier when you eventually have to talk to them about actually sex.This is partly because you’re getting practice, but also because every time you make it through a conversation, you’ve created a space for you and your kid to come back to.Most parents squirm at the idea of talking to their kids about sex for a simple reason: We aren’t that comfortable talking about sex, period.There seems to be a general consensus that kids do need to be taught about sex.