Anything at all! The first mention my parents EVER made of sex to me was when I was 19 and my then-internet boyfriend (now husband of ten years!) was coming to visit me. My dad said "well... just... be careful." in an IM conversation. I had been sexually active for five years at that point.
I wish my mother would of told me that everyone is different when it comes to sex. One position might be good for one partner but not all partners.
I never got any verbal communication, my mother would literally cover her ears any time I asked a question remotely linked to sexual behavior. I was shown NOVA's "The Miracle of Life" by my grandmother. I was forced into the Catholic education system, so in 8th grade a Vietnamese girl got he period, so the [...]
I wish my parents would've told me how hard it was to resist men because i had to learn on my own. all they would say is that i shouldn't have sex til I'm married and would make me feel like the biggest sinner if i did have sex before i was married. that's why [...]
My parents never told me about unequal love and that an adult is responsible for setting limits when it comes to sex, love and relationships. That sex between a 13 year old and a 24 year old youth minister messed with your head and life, until I got into counseling. My parents never talked to [...]
I wish my mom had talked to me more about sex and masturbation. While it would have been awkward as shit, I would have appreciated knowing that I wasn't weird or just being a lonely high-schooler. Because we never talk about it I feel awkward bringing up the subject to her. But maybe if we [...]
I don't remember getting the "talk." I always knew, because whenever I had a question about anything my mom always answered with unrestrained honesty. When I got into high school she stressed how important it was that if I thought I was going to get into a sexual relationship with a guy that I tell [...]
I wish my mum had talked to me in a more easy-going way instead of lecturing me (not just once, but constantly since I was seven). I wish she had been a little less of a mum about it. That would have made me more comfortable with talking about it in general.
My parents were pretty good about talking about sex so I was prepared for it to hurt when I lost my virginity... I was not prepared for it to hurt the second and third time, nobody told me that it doesn't start to feel great after the first couple of times so I thought something [...]
I wish they would have told me earlier that those are my parts. That I don't have to share them with others, even adults, but they didn't.