So, Moms and Dads, unless you want a son of yours to suffer like the guy I posted about on Saturday, here's the deal: You have a son. He's got a penis. He's got testicles. When he was born you said, "Thank God! Everything is there. It all looks normal.", right?
Come on, Dad, you of all people should be able to discuss these things. Teach him.
Mom, for crying out loud, calm down - it's only a penis; they're only testicles. You've changed diapers, so it's not like you haven't seen them, washed them.
So, now that he's into puberty, why the hedging? Why the avoidance?
You really do need to grab your young bull(s) by the balls and tell them what they need to know. You actually may save his life.
And you know you will not, cannot, stop the progression of nature. The testosterone is going to flood the body, body hair will sprout, the testicles will get larger and lower, the penis will grow and begin to drive your son(s) to distraction.
Once the genie pops up
and those flood gates open
whether it's from a wet dream
jacking off with his buddies
there will be no stopping it. Mom and Dad, you both know this - so why live in denial?