As a child I was told not to talk about sex outside marriage.
Now, I am married and have a family of my own, and I want to tell my children that it is wrong to talk to their parents about sex.
But how do I get the word out?
How do I know that my child will learn the correct sex education?
I am not sure that my daughter will know if it is okay to talk with her parents about the subject.
I am concerned about how my daughter, who is two, is going to learn sex education and how my sons, who are eight and nine, are going to be taught how to do the same.
I am concerned that if we do not educate our children about sex, we are leaving them vulnerable.
My daughters and sons will likely grow up believing that sex is wrong, that masturbation is wrong and that pornography is wrong.
They will likely view sex as something that belongs to men, not women.
The word “sex” will be associated with sin, rather than love and respect.
It will not be associated in our homes or in the classroom with the loving love that so many of us feel toward one another.
I would like to know how I can ensure that my daughters and my sons are taught the proper and safe sex education they need to grow up in a society where we are not teaching the correct values.
As an educator, I do my best to educate my students about sex and its benefits, as well as the harms of sexual behavior.
I work with teachers to help them develop appropriate, respectful relationships, including healthy sex.
I have a strong belief that all people are created in the image of God, and that we are all made in His image.
My faith guides my teaching and my work, but I also respect the fact that I cannot control the teachings of God and do not want to control the values of our society.
The reality is that many of our children and teenagers are already raised in a culture that teaches sex is a sin and should be condemned, not embraced.
We need to teach children that sex can be a beautiful, healthy, fulfilling experience, and we need to do everything in our power to encourage their ability to understand the sexual side of sex.
How can I teach my daughters the correct way to have sex, and to learn about its benefits?
First, I want them to understand that sex in marriage is not for the sole purpose of procreation.
It is a time for love and intimacy, not for sexual gratification.
We must also respect and celebrate the many different ways people have had sex.
A husband, for example, could be the lover of a wife who is an alcoholic or an addict.
My sons and daughters could see that they can be both lovers of their wives and that it would be a privilege to marry them.
I want my daughters to know that sex does not mean that there is no joy in it.
We have to be careful to be respectful, loving and caring in this love.
It’s important to me that my sons and my daughters are able to understand what it means to be in love, and understand that they are a part of the love of God.
Second, I have to encourage them to have a healthy, respectful relationship with their partners.
The Bible teaches that God has chosen men to love God and their wives.
It also teaches that they must always be willing to give themselves freely to their partners, to please God and to respect their bodies.
This is why God gives His faithful people permission to have sexual relations.
God does not want His people to be sinful and immoral.
This includes our young people.
I believe that a healthy relationship with a loving, healthy partner is essential for a healthy life.
Third, I also have to teach my sons the correct relationship to sexual intimacy.
The only thing that can be considered adultery is one person having sex with another person without permission.
It doesn’t matter who the partner is, and it doesn’t even matter if the partner sleeps with the person’s partner or sleeps with someone else.
In the context of marriage, this would be sexual intercourse that the husband and wife have mutually agreed to have.
Sexual intercourse is not meant to cause or facilitate pregnancy.
A woman can be sexually intimate with a man without his consent.
If a husband is sexually intimate in bed with his wife, it is adultery.
And a man can be emotionally intimate with his partner without her consent.
Sexual intimacy is important in a healthy marriage.
Sexual intimacy can be healthy and pleasurable.
It can be fulfilling.
It should be encouraged and protected.
The truth is, it can be exciting and fulfilling.
If we allow it, it will change the way we live our lives.
I encourage my sons to know this and to be honest about their sexual relations with their husbands and partners.
It may seem difficult to tell our daughters and our sons about sex in the context we live in today. They