Kids these days are exposed to a lot at a very young age. Photos on the cover of magazines in the supermarket checkout line can be racy—and that doesn't even come close to some of the things that go on during the "family hour" of nighttime television.
But what is the right time to talk to your children about sex? By third or fourth grade, children are surely getting information (and misinformation) from classmates and friends.
So when is it the right time to have "the talk" with your child?
Is it different for boys than it is for girls?
Do you give them all the information at once, or in a series of conversations?