My 16 year old just told me he feels he may be bisexual because he is attracted to both males and females. My reaction to this was "Ok...you are who you are. I love you unconditionally now just like when you were born". We had the safe sex talk and he says he has not experienced yet, but he is interested in doing so. He says he wants to experiment with himself first before actually allowing this with someone else. He asked me how to do this safely and I have no real answer for him. Im not really into sharing mine and my husband's sex methods with my child. Any suggestions? (Please no Bible lessons on how wrong this is)!!View Thread
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