First, we would like to explicitly state the definition of Sex Education with special needs children: It means educating children with special needs about human sexual anatomy, sexual activity, physiological changes due to puberty, safe and unsafe touch and acts of sexual exploitation. Here we will address the question of why is sex education important for special needs children. Parents of a 12 year old girl with Autism felt the need to educate their daughter about her privy parts and the bodily changes that accompany puberty.
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Unlike a lot of mothers in my suburban community, I have no problem talking to my kids about sex. I was raised by a stylish diva mom of the Mad Men era. This is what informed how I educated my daughter about sex, although my tutelage was far from embittered — because sex, love, and relationships have always been a highly satisfying part of my life. I write about my sex positive philosophy in my recently published memoir Wide Openwhich describes my journey balancing romantic love and family life.
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