Moms in Babeland

Talking to Your Parents About Sex

I’ve been working at Babeland for a few years and my parents have always been really supportive. I was really surprised, however, when my mom invited me to conduct a Babeland Toy Party for fifteen of my aunts, family friends, and cousins over Christmas.  I won’t lie, I was a little concerned about how I would talk to the woman who taught me about babies and periods about the joys of oral sex.  I couldn’t figure out how we would go from singing “ Deck the Halls” to “Deck the Balls”, but I figured I’d give it a shot.

I’m glad I did because in the end it was a lot of fun! I answered a lot of great questions and sold a bunch of fun toys like the We-Vibe and Form 3. The only problem was that the next day I got a text from my aunt who was going to drive me back to NYC. It read, “Will be a few hours late. Just got into the toy chest.”

Related posts:

  1. Talking to Kids About Sex: Advice for Parents
  2. Talking with your Kids About Sex with Judith Steinhart
  3. Why Kids Should Know Their Parents Have Good Sex
  4. Q: I don’t want to make heterosexual intercourse the definition of “sex.” To me oral, anal, hand jobs, same gender sex: it’s all equally part of the deal. So how do I present it that way?
  5. Talking With My Kid About Sex pt. 1

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