Like my dad learns current songs on the guitar and my mom is obsessed with current fashion designers. I know that they like the idea that their kids could come to them with any questions, but I know that they would probably feel uncomfortable talking to me about sex.So here’s where I ask for advice and a few questions.2) Sex has to be learned, it’s not like breathing or blinking.So if two people have never had sex and they decide to start having sex, it might not be much fun at first.I don’t know how to navigate figuring things out in my Wasatch Front culture.
Sex is very normal, and not talking about it is what makes it seem weird, uncomfortable and not-normal.
I’ve had sex thousands of times and I’m still learning stuff (there’s always some new trend or new term I’ve never heard of before).
So keep asking questions, and don’t feel embarrassed about it.
I’m going to note: I’m not an expert or sex therapist and you know that.
You wrote to me as a mother, and I’m answering from a position of an LDS woman and mother who enjoys sex very much, and has a healthy sex life.
Unfortunately until today I thought that was the same definition of sex.