Los Angeles California (PRWEB) May 22, 2015
PositiveSingles.com, a website dedicated to helping people who have tested positive for STDs in the search for love, recently questioned their members about whether they would talk honestly to their children about their sex life. The idea arose in regards to a concept that parents living with STDs should tell their children about their sexual endeavors as a way of keeping them informed.
Most members who participated in this discussion on this herpes dating site believed that they would truthfully discuss information regarding sex with their children if they were given the opportunity, stating:
"Good relationships are built on trust, openness, healthy communication, and respect."
One member commented:
"That's how I raise my daughter. When she got her first period, she couldn't wait to tell me. I was so moved getting that validation. She knows we can talk about anything."
Other members, although still supportive of the concept of honesty, advised caution in approaching such topics with children, noting that:
"It's important to be open with them about sex, but that doesn't mean that you have to give a detailed account of your sexual activity."
What's more, some members of the website believed that they should never have to speak to their children about their sex lives. They argued that their private lives were none of their children's business, and that children and parents should respect each other's privacy equally.
PositiveSingles.com offers a safe venue for members to come together and engage in important discussions about sexual topics, STDs, relationships and other significant issues in daily life. The aim of the website on a whole is to help STD-positive individuals find love and support in a difficult world, where over 110 million people are living with STDs in the US alone, alongside 400 million individuals worldwide.
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