Erosophia Podcast #23: Children and Sexuality

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In this episode of the Erosophia Podcast Jason and William discuss sexuality as it relates to children and adolescents.

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Today’s Topic: Children and Sexuality

Children and sex seem to be like oil and water. But sex is a part of a child’s reality, just like an adults. Is it healthy for children to explore their sexuality? What age should this process begin, and what effects do parents have on children’s sexual identity during development? What does pedophilia mean, and what is wrong with it? Jason and William won’t shy away from controversy in this episode of the Erosophia Podcast!

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  1. Children and Sexuality at Erosophia

    […] talked about children and sexuality several times on the podcast (episodes #23, #24, & #25). What we haven’t talked much about is better options for educating children […]

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