Jul 27, 2017 · Masturbation is a completely normal thing to do. It doesn't cause physical harm, pose a health risk, or mean your child is going to turn into a sex maniac. Masturbation in young children isn't sexual (as it is for adults) because young children don't know what sex is.
Sep 17, 2014 · Your toddler's touching of her genitals isn't masturbation (and that also goes for little boys who get erections while playing with their penises). Yes, it feels good, and even comforting, but there's nothing sexual about a young child's intent or emotions. What to do about it. How you should react depends on where you are.Author: What to Expect,Editors, What to Expect.
Toddler masturbation is not a disease! As mentioned earlier, toddler masturbation is not a medical condition. It is simply an act by your child to understand his or her body. This will not not stunt your child’s growth, impact his or her health or turn them into a sex fiend. Neither will it blind them, cause deafness or drive them crazy!Author: Deepshikha Punj.
Toddler Masturbation Is as Common as It Is Taboo. Nancy Hamilton. Image source: Thinkstock. Okay, I admit it. I would rather touch myself in front of the Pope than talk openly about masturbation Author: Nancy Hamilton.