The best you can do is keep your heart open and your wits about you. Lucky Tomaszek is the education coordinator at The Tool Shed: An Erotic Boutique, Milwaukee’s only mission-driven, education-focused sex toy store.Send her an email at [email protected] she’ll get back to you with an answer.This can feel really uncomfortable, but it’s best to just open your mouth and say the words.Talk to them like they’re adults and make it clear that the main concern is their safety.
One of the other women, we’ll call her Jessica, said, “I would never consider the law when teaching my kids about sex.” She explained that she’s ensured that her kids have an ongoing sex-positive education about sexuality at home, and that she wouldn’t want her kids to be scared.
It may be temporarily embarrassing, but it’s better than either of them not understanding consent.
Many millennials know the ins and outs of consent better than older generations, but every time I present at a college or university, I get several students who tell me that no one has ever talked to them about consent.
Well…” She tells us that her 14-year-old daughter is mutually crushing on a young man who will be turning 18 soon. Once she turns 16, the potential charge is reduced to a Class A Misdemeanor.
“She’ll be a sophomore next year, and he’ll be a senior. In Wisconsin, the legal age of consent (the minimum age at which an individual is considered legally old enough to consent to sex) is 18 years old.
To answer Jessica’s questions about her daughter’s budding relationship, I’ll share a few things I’ve learned parenting my own teenagers.