I thought we were having a good conversation about masturbation and that it was healthy and normal. I'm not sure that telling him to do it more quietly would do any good for him, since he wouldn't make the connection about prone masturbation in that case and would continue to do it prone, only more quietly. For a high school graduation gift, I took my son to Jamaica. I asked her whether anyone had touched her there before and she said no. No child who is old enough to ask to be nursed should be nursed.
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An 11 year old is apt to be engaging in a lot of sex talk at school and perhaps having sexual feelings and masturbating too, so this is a different kind of curiosity. Worse, he is affecting his situation at school since all his teachers and the other children know what is going on. My eldest turns 15 this year, and she gets embarrassed speaking openly about sex with me. However, this option was also fraught with difficulties. Since she knows you know, there would be no shock in your talking to her about it.
He came home and found me looking. I visited Denmark where it has been made into a law that professionals working with the disabled also have a responsability to support people concerning this issue passive sexual assistence! As a former Muslim I understand that I would be pretty dumb and stupid if I came on air and claimed that I masturbate my severe cerebral palsied son. He recently asked if I would let him feel my breasts. Threatening her with the doctor might reinforce more that masturbation is bad rather than masturbating with objects is bad.
Most people fantasize while they masturbate and feel guilty enough without parents making them feel guilty for their thoughts. He doesn't do sleepovers because he's also a bed wetter. No child who is old enough to ask to be nursed should be nursed. I know boys experiment with each other but is this normal for brothers? Would it be proper for me to let him feel my breasts and explain that they provided nourishment to him during his first six months after birth, or should I refrain from such requests?