Harassing your middle school child to have sex

 

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While watching a show your child asked “What are they doing mom ?!”, while you’re scolding and giving vague explanations, he won’t ask any more questions! I know that we are good at parenting. We always took a step back when it comes to sex. No problem! We can no longer do this, we need to educate our child. If you are someone like me, yes! You came to the right blog. let’s get It Started …

Why do we need sex education?

One of the main reasons for sexing our child

  • Teenage pregnancy
  • They will be more certain about their choice and more information
  • More protection against sexually transmitted disease

Also, we can strengthen our bond with our children, they can share their feelings without any restrictions. So we can teach our children how to behave if they misbehave. More or less it is too late before we can bring our children back to them

Teenage pregnancy

11 percent World teenage pregnancies occur in India. This means that 16 million women (usually girls) give birth at the age of 15 to 19

Effect on teenage pregnancy

On Mother (Teenage Moms):

  • high blood pressure Teen mom is fatal to kidney or mother or child compared to average mothers in their 20s
  • reason Anemia Can cause teenage mother to feel tired, weak, and even affect child development
  • It is more dangerous to give birth in a teenager than a 20-year-old mother (for both mother and son)
  • Complications on delivery Prominently seen in teenage pregnancy
  • Depression and anxiety During a teenage pregnancy, yes, naturally parents do not want our baby to give birth so soon so that she can go and hide it. Abortion clinic Uterus or trauma can have a significant effect
  • Their studies will be affected, Financial Crisis Emotional pain will arise

On the child:

  • Baby can be born With premature weight
  • If a child is born without fully developed (brain development) Will affect the child’s life
  • Both mother and father (if both are teenagers) will find it difficult to raise a child, cannot raise a child with a healthy mind if they are in distress.

Sex ed

In middle school, our children will feel that something is changing in their bodies, and their bodies. They don’t know what they are doing, yes they should be curious about the changes. If we tell them that the changes are just simple ones that will avoid the effects of curiosity.

During puberty, body parts of a teenager change, indicating that your body is ready to make a baby, not only the outside, but also the reproductive organs inside the lungs, abdomen, etc. Like normal organs

Let’s get to the basics of reproduction parts

Male reproductive organ

outside Of the male reproductive organ that everyone can see

outside Of the male reproductive organ that everyone can see

The penis will be in various sizes such as broad, length, thin, long, circumcised, uncut

One of the main points of the male reproductive system is producing Sperm And this sperm looks like a tadpole in a micrometer to make a baby, we can’t see sperm in the bare eye, only to be seen under the microscope in ultra zoom mode (very small!)

Coming now inside Of the reproductive organ:

All the internal parts of the male reproductive system are helping to release sperm into the women’s body to make a baby.

  • Egg – It will look like a ball-like structure also known as Teste. [which will hurt like hell when got hit there 🙁 ]. It helps in the production of sperm and stores the sperm in the upper layer of the testes to be used later. Epididymis
  • VAS deferens – It will be used after the sperm is ready to be used as a road (route) for travel
  • Seminal vesicle, prostate – Is fluid and nutrients energy for sperm to go on their long journey
  • urinary bladder – It is not included in the reproductive system but it stores urine until you are ready to urinate.
  • Urethra – Small intervals where both urine and sperm are released from here, but not at the same time.
  • Gender – Where the external outlet can see, urine and sperm outlet
  • Scrotum – It protects the testicles and is used as a refrigerator to cool the sperm production function of the testicles.

Now that we have seen how the male reproductive system works, come down to our last topic.

female reproductive system

The main part of the female reproductive system is Egg production .Eggs, which are as small as the width of the hair but much larger than the sperm, when the sperm enters the egg the egg is fertilized (in the baby)

Female human egg
The egg produced form is the female reproductive system
Sperm entering the egg image
Sperm enters the egg – leads to the fertilized egg (child)

Out of female genitalia

View of the female reproductive system
External appearance of female reproductive system

It seems to be the outer part of the female genitalia, it is of various sizes like broad, thin, thick etc.

Parts are:

  • Clitoris – Female is a sensitive part of the genital system
  • Labia – Does the outer layer prevent infection of microbes from opening the vagina
  • Hymen – There is a thin layer of tissue in the vagina opening (which will break easily)
  • Vagina – This is where the penis enters and releases sperm to make the baby.
  • Urethra – It is not considered the female reproductive system, it is the route where urine comes
  • Anus – It is also not one of the reproductive system parts, its path to hunting
Inside view of female reproductive system

What does it look like inside the girl’s genitalia

I would say that the simplified working procedure of the uterus:

Ovary Egg production (Thotha factory) It will release one egg per month on both sides. What will this egg travel through Fallopian tube (Like pathway), egg will (wait) stay in uterine cervix Expecting sperm for fertilization (making a baby) for a period of time. The cervix is ​​playing as a place to keep the baby for 9 months. Will enter the sperm form Vagina Until it reaches the egg. If the sperm gets into the egg it will turn into a baby. If a sperm does not enter the egg, the cervical wall will flow like bleeding.(Menstruation or menstruation) And exits the vagina for 2 to 5 days (approximately)

So it’s very basic

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