Like you the wasted water was my only concern, so that was the only thing I brought up. Seconding the "don't talk to him about it ever" sentiment. I've never heard of anyone having that problem. But these days a lot of natural urges have dire, lifelong consequences and I would rather he be a little bit embarrassed temporarily by something I say, than for him to be affected permanently negatively, legally, physiologically, etc. As I said in my post, I know he doesn't want that at all. I knew nothing about the connection between power and sex. Don't underestimate how much that in itself will affect your son.
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As I recall, I would wake up wanting to pee, or just starting, and grabbing for my penis to stop it. The thing is a lot of the information comes from unreliable sources. If your child is old enough for such dialogue, try this approach best for dads to talk to boys and moms to girls: Getting your son cousin masturbation tools like lotion and clean up towel is a great idea and way to let him know its OK and healthy to masturbate and shoot his loads regularly to keep his sexual organs healthy and fit. I did this a bit when I was your age. Only adults can use it and they have to use it in private like in a closed room.
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I knew nothing about the connection between power and sex. My dad had even talked to my younger brother about masturbation. I'm very against shaming sexuality. Be aware of your child. I also dont think semen on clothing stains btw, its more the idea that i dont know if i need to be talking with him about how much it is going on. They also strengthen your parent- child relationship. Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls.
Soon after the new bishopric was called, with me as a counselor, the bishop announced that he was going to have special meeting with the young men. My dad had even talked to my younger brother about masturbation. I was deeply shocked and my son was deeply embarrassed. Thank you for your important question. Knowledge is power, and you will want to inform your child with autism about his sex organs and how they function in a manner that will be retained by him. Krysten Peck 10 hours ago.