The Birds and the Bees: Who First Talked to You About Sex?
In this episode, we will be talking about the birds and the bees: who first talked to you about sex. This is a discussion that is rarely talked about, instead, it's acted out in our lives, movies, music, and on the internet. Growing up before social media, youtube, and public domains, we had conversations and interacted with more people. As of late, we as people hardly talk to each other intellectually or feel safe to confide in our parents about sex or relationships. To be honest, my mother is the only person who ever talked to me and my siblings about sex when she discerned that I was mentally mature to process this information. Of course, no one is ever prepared to be sexually active, that is why having open dialogs with your parent is so vital for your overall development and the acceptance of your parents with allowing you to ask all of the questions necessary. I hope this podcast episode creates health conversations worth having. Don’t forget to share, comment and send us your questions so we can address them here on the show. You can also visit my website to learn more about me and my journey and Youtube channel to see My Beautiful Brown Life. You can also become of proud supporter of the Beautiful Brown Life Movement, by donating monthly to our podcast so we can keep these discussions flowing. Thank you for joining us today on The My Beautiful Brown Life Podcast, where we tear down stereotypes, to create solutions, so we can all heal and enjoy life. ♡Follow Me on Social Media: ♡https://twitter.com/BeautifulBLife ♡https://www.instagram.com/mybeautifulbrownlife/ ♡B U S I N E S S: ⇢ For business inquiries ONLY, such as company sponsors or reviews, be featured on My Beautiful Brown Life email me at:firstname.lastname@example.org for all other correspondence, please contact me via our comments. Follow my blog:https://thebeautifulbrownlife.wordpress.com/ Watch My Beautiful Brown Life on Youtube:https://www.youtube.com/mybeautifulbrownlife XoXo, Danna --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/urbanitytoday/message
Duration: 12 min