The Birds and Bees For Toddlers

The New York Times describes a trend towards early sex education:
The general cultural environment has become so vulgar, the early-approach advocates say, that sex education has become a race: parents must reach children before other forces — from misinformed playground confidantes to pubescent-looking models posed in their skivvies — do.
We started talking frankly about sex with our kids when they were quite young. We wanted to be the ones to tell them the truth before culture started setting skewed standards in their souls. We used The Learning About Sex series of books produced by Concordia Publishing, and the end result is that, so far, they come to us first with questions about anything and everything. How about you? What resources do you find helpful?

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