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  1. Shelia Walls July 14, 2019 at 7:12 am

    Parents like EM always make abig deal ( about telling their child) about sex. And never do they either tell them some nonsense, or tell them nothing. Leaving them confessed and misinformed with some Warped views of sex. OP did nothing wrong, matter of fact that should become what he's known for in the family ( If you want to know the truth go to OP)

  2. Maniae Magna July 14, 2019 at 7:12 am

    She's wrong for not telling him the truth about sex. Lack of education on sex leads to unplanned babies and sexually transmitted diseases.

    I remember someone one put a group of kids in a room with a realistic and very fake gun. The kids were from families that didn't teach about guns or gun safety. The kids proceeded to pretend to shoot each other with the fake gun.

  3. Johnathan Dolenz July 14, 2019 at 7:12 am

    The wises comment, does that include wiseass comments

  4. Karina Jakobsen July 14, 2019 at 7:12 am

    The first story. The correct responce: Ask your mom.

  5. Bearstar Presents July 14, 2019 at 7:12 am

    I think you did the right thing. But, I honestly never went through the baby talk. My parents skipped the conversation and gave me a human biology book. Reproduction was in the rear of the book. I just remember it was the chapter in front of the one on the human brain, which was my favorite. Then I bought it to school in 2nd grade. Someone told the teacher I had a book with a picture of a “wee-wee” in it (Yes that’s what the kid said). She came over and grabbed the book, flipped through it (Note: there were no photographs anywhere. Just anatomy drawings and no images of anything “letter in the mailbox” related.) I got detention for bringing porn to school, and when my parents finally got the book back, that chapter had been cut out neatly in one even cut, probably with a straightedge and box cutter.

  6. mutation333 July 14, 2019 at 7:12 am

    When it comes to talking to kids about sex, I believe it's the parent's responsibility to let their child know. If a child comes up to me and asks me, I would tell them to ask their parents about it. That way I don't have to make up my own story about where babies come from that might be different from what they were taught and I won't get yelled at for telling them the actual truth.

  7. Destiny Wierzba July 14, 2019 at 7:12 am

    You did nothing wrong but she is a “sinner” since she did get pregnant with NK

  8. tenhirankei July 14, 2019 at 7:12 am

    @7:15 Unless EM plans to keep NK under her surveillance for the rest of his life, she won't be able to keep him from "sinning"? I think that translates to "accidentally getting a girl pregnant because he didn't know different". Sex ed is supposed to warn you off from that- not get you interested in doing it.

  9. Bee Whistler July 14, 2019 at 7:12 am

    Okay, mom of 3 weighing in on the "where do babies come from" question… The mom is being a naive fool. I can't believe there would be any doubt about it. OP actually gave a good answer, especially for being caught unwares and for a young child who was not their own. You should tell kids the truth relative to their ability to handle and understand it. A young child can understand a baby growing inside someone, and they can understand that a daddy was part of the process. In fact, it's important that they do understand that. It should be part of teaching them about where other people are allowed to touch them, who is allowed what kind of contact, who they should trust and when and what to tell an adult if they think something bad happened to them. Age appropriate information is for their protection as well as their friends and siblings. I recommend the Safe Side videos by John Walsh as a basis for some of that.

    My mom told me nothing. I knew some of it anyway because we had pets and they had babies. So question A was answered the first time there were new kittens around. But she told me nothing. I learned from my friends and from health class in middle school. My best friend when I was 8 told me about a graphic sex act her dad had done to her. Because I knew nothing, I didn't believe her and didn't tell my parents. Thank goodness eventually her mom left him and took her away from that. I also didn't know about periods because my mom didn't even prepare me for that. I always hear the old "in their day you didn't talk about those things" and as an adult I remember my mom telling me she was so ignorant about sex as a young woman that most anything could have happened to her if she'd been in the wrong place at the wrong time.

    Yet she couldn't take her lesson from that and tell me.

    I don't give a damn how it was done in your day, your family, your neighborhood… hiding that information from a child sets them up to look stupid, be humiliated, to be abused, to abuse others. If she wants to raise a strong and responsible son, she'll teach him what he needs to know. If she wants him to be safe from pedophiles, she needs to talk to him. That parent is an effing coward.

  10. Tic Kler July 14, 2019 at 7:12 am

    Old man here…when I was growing up, my parents told me the truth when I asked. If it was just Immediate family present, they told me. If there were other people around, they would say, "We'll tell you when you are older and can understand better."

    If I asked after that, when no one was around, they told me everything.

    Yeah. Now, I'm so traumatized from learning about sex at age 9, that I have 2 kids, we are all happy, and life is good!

  11. TwistedGlitter July 14, 2019 at 7:12 am

    She's lucky her kid didn't ask my aunt where babies come from. She would have walked into a 2 hour minimum sex ed lesson with photos and a questionnaire at the end. OP was completely in the right because that nonsense EM was spouting will cause a lot more harm.

  12. Mariamyupperz July 14, 2019 at 7:12 am

    when it comes to having the sex and baby talk, leave it to the parents. It's not your place to tell them what's up.
    BUT if they are asking these questions as teenagers/puberty is hitting, THEN I would go ahead and tell them because OBVIOUSLY they don't feel like they can go to their own parents for answers.

  13. Amorette Mcgee July 14, 2019 at 7:12 am

    He did the right thing 100%

  14. Heather Miller July 14, 2019 at 7:12 am

    So you'll say "piss" but not "boobs"? OK bruh…

  15. Fakir Jamal July 14, 2019 at 7:12 am

    I feel bad for that kid i hope hes father is a nacer person end i hope he deverse ver gets the kid

  16. Fakir Jamal July 14, 2019 at 7:12 am

    You did great telling nk the truth because when he grow up he will belliev all that bullshit

  17. D. R. Nyan-chan July 14, 2019 at 7:12 am

    You shouldn't be teaching a kid about religion before they're at least old enough to learn how to use a condom and be mature about it. That crazy cousin's priorities are seriously skewed. If it wasn't from him, the kid would've learned it somewhere else anyways so the poster was in the right. Even if the poster hadn't spilled the beans the kid could've easily learned the info from a library, from someone in the medical profession, from the internet, from classmates, maybe even via sex ed if they have a competent program where the kid lives. :3

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  20. Alisha Dugas July 14, 2019 at 7:12 am

    I understand he wanted to help. But when kids ask that type of question, it’s best to just tell them “Thats a wonderful question! But..that’s a question for your Mom and Dad. Now go run and ask them that wonderful question “ (yes I actually used this exact statement 🤣 to my nieces, sent them straight to my sister! I raise my kids with a kind of “straight forward parenting” style, I always tell them the truth when they ask a question, THE REAL TRUTH-, my sister is more…trying to keep them babies as long as possible, and I respect that because they are her kids😉)

  21. Patrice Mullen July 14, 2019 at 7:12 am

    I believe he had done the right thing besides NK is 8 and that was a great way for him to know

  22. Erika Gehm July 14, 2019 at 7:12 am

    He answered how he needed to. Maybe he should have said that when a man and woman truly love each other God smiles upon them and takes an egg from the woman and a sperm from the man and puts them together and bakes them inside the soon to be mommy.

  23. WarpedMakeupNerd July 14, 2019 at 7:12 am

    I don't exactly think you did the wrong thing seeing as you didn't know but it's probably a better idea to in the future just tell a kid to ask their parent. I agree that she shouldn't tell him that crap especially because he's going to eventually learn about it at some point and lying to him isn't going to help plus if kids tell him it in a dirty way instead of the parents telling it in a more stable way it probably won't be a good thing.

  24. xXMcFluffyNutsXx July 14, 2019 at 7:12 am

    The scariest creature I found in my toilet, a entitled mother(not clickbait)

  25. Zoey Fen July 14, 2019 at 7:12 am

    All the people saying "you should've asked the mother, it was not in your right", you sound just about as entitled as an entitled parent. OP made no mention of sex, just sperm and egg which isn't actually as disgusting and sinful as it sounds, it's science get over it. It's not like OP said that parents had sex and that's how kids are born.

  26. Andrew Klokocki July 14, 2019 at 7:12 am

    if anything, being honest would be the best answer, it may hurt for a little bit, but it will help them in the long run

  27. Owen Wicks (student) July 14, 2019 at 7:12 am

    He did the right thing, he was not descriptive ast to give too much away because the kids was too young while giving the kid an explanation that was also not a lie, and he is right that kids should learn about it from their parents rather than bad influences or sources the parents don't agree with.

  28. Yandere Chan13 July 14, 2019 at 7:12 am

    Nk: how da hec r baby's made
    Me: O.O
    Also me: realizing dat I'm younger then this kid and I know wut cornhub is

  29. Bethany Hanna July 14, 2019 at 7:12 am

    My parents used the reality method. With my oldest son, I simply explained there was a seed planted, that would grow then when ready come out. My son took this to mean this all happened by way of the mouth. 🤣 (The largest hole in the body he could think of.) The Mom must swallow the seed, and later vomit up a baby.

    I figured this made enough sense, for a 5 year old. Apparently, his kindergarten teacher felt this was insane. 🤦🏼 They sent my son for an evaluation with the school's Psychologist. And I was called in and reprimanded by the teacher and a team of administrators, even a school cop, and someone from social services. I was floored by such an assault on my intelligence. And it honestly made me reconsider respecting their intelligence, and ability to teach my son. I removed my son from that school, and even moved to a new school district, when that school refused to accept that I wouldn't punish my child for not knowing the scientific reality of reproduction, AT AGE 5!!!

    I think OP handled it very well. And EM is only setting NK up to fail.

  30. Michelle Butler July 14, 2019 at 7:12 am

    I dont think you did anything wrong but the better answer to NK would be to ask his mom for answers about babies

  31. Carla W July 14, 2019 at 7:12 am

    1st story answer is always "Go ask you mother." Never tell an 8 year old about love making.

  32. Music Brush July 14, 2019 at 7:12 am

    In response to the birds and the bees, no, you're not an entitled brat, that mother is way too damn overprotective to think she can keep the topic of sex from her child. I learned about it when I was like 11, and I'm sure kids who attended school learn about it much sooner.

  33. Sacred Soul July 14, 2019 at 7:12 am

    I think Op in the first thing shouldn’t have did what he did. Yeah the mom is dumb and entitled but it’s her kid, and it’s not like the kid is 16, he’s 8. His heart was in the right place but he definitely over stepped

  34. THE_GREEN_SQUID July 14, 2019 at 7:12 am

    So I read the notification from the video and read the title. I thought it was a joke

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