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Mum Sparks Debate After Claiming She ‘Teaches 2-Year-Old Sex Education’

A mum has sparked a huge debate on social media after claiming that she 'teaches her two-year-old son sex education'. 
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A mum has sparked a huge debate on social media after claiming that she ‘teaches her two-year-old son sex education’. 

Emily Gale recently took to TikTok and shared her parenting style that she claimed could cause a ‘riot’.

She went on to list a number of things she believes in, including that kids should ‘never have to finish food’ and that children should know the proper names for their private parts.

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The mum has sparked a huge debate on social media after claiming that she ‘teaches her two-year-old son sex education’. Credit: @emi2d2/TikTok

The video has now accumulated hundreds of comments, with many people saying two years old is a ‘bit young’.

One viewer said: “Age 2??? I get the point but 2???”

In agreement, another added: “I’d say two years old is a bit young but definitely there should be much better programs and open talk at around 13.”

“No thank you,” a third simply pitched in.

A fourth fumed: “Bruh at 2? That’s a lil much. Maybe talk about uncomfortable touch or not hugging people.

“I would wait till they were a little older for actual sex ed.”

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However, others said they completely agreed with Gale and claimed these parenting techniques should be ‘normalised’.

Defending the mum, one person wrote: “I don’t see why people are pressed. Sex is very important and is the only thing that’s keeping human life going.

“I think it would be important to learn.”

“Bro, if my parents did any of these, I wouldn’t have been traumatized in all these categories,” another said.

A third commented: “I feel like this should be called parenting.”

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