A hole for his dick

The title of this post is to the point but the conversation that it was in was quite harmless. If you follow my blog, you know that the young man (previously known as the teenage boy) is away attending his third year of university. When he was at home, we had (and still do have) fabulous conversations, but when he talked about sex he would generally have these conversations with one of his sisters. Certainly there has been no topic left uncovered here, we have always spoken openly and freely with our children from condoms to women’s breast and stretch marks. Thus our kids have never been afraid to approach a topic with us.

The other day, when I was having one of my weekly in-depth conversations with the young man (verses the 8 a.m text message Saturday morning asking for my rib recipe, that he didn’t even make because he did not have a large glass pan), he was telling me how this girl likes his roommate but she did not want to be “just a hole for his dick, she wants a relationship…..and on and on”.  Well didn’t I just burst out in laughter, stating “I can’t believe you just said that son, omg”. He went on to explain, and I interrupted, stating I totally understood, I was just a tad thrown aback with his wording.

Not long after the ” a hole for his dick” conversation ended, we were back to discussing recipes, his classes, and did he receive the box of goodies his sister brought up for him.

Do you discuss sex and such openly with your children?

13 Replies to “A hole for his dick”

  1. Have always had frank and open discussions with my daughters (such as explaining the alternative meaning of pussy). Sadly they have a habit of sticking their fingers in their ears & saying “eeeuuuggghhh, to much information.”
    At least the young man feels confortable enough to have these conversations with his mother… well done you x

    1. lol, alternate names for pussy, oh that must have been a fun conversation! Mine would sometimes put their hands over their ears too, and yell too much information, which of course just makes us give more. Parenting can be so much fun.

      The young man does feel comfortable talking about anything with me, which makes me feel quite good. Thanks.

  2. I must say that the title caused a double take, besides (as you know) I have an eye issue. Nonetheless, you made me laugh … and to answer your question .. Nope … we didn’t have kids.

    1. Oh my goodness, that’s funny. My husband and I had decided we would do the opposite of what our parents did, neither of which talked about sex at all.

  3. Well we have not had to go down that path just yet (our son is just 4 years old), we have discussed good touching/bad touching, what is private and why, proper vocabulary for male and female anatomy, etc. Like yourself I hope to be able to keep communication about sex topics open as he grows up.

    1. That is how we started off too. We always used proper terminology and answered any questions no matter how awkward they were. My husband was far better at the discussions, I had a problem with laughing, so he would explain everything to the kids while I sad there biting my tongue. Some conversations, when they are young are just too funny because the questions are so innocent.

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