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Was it from your parents?
or did you string it together from TV?
not really, but it /was/ great. i was a latchkey kid as well around that time, so i spent hours looking through those.
and started with "OK: now, when a man loves a woman and they get married...". Me & my brother & sister already knew the whole deal, more or less, but for some reason nobody thought to stop him. We were all twisting around in our chairs with embarrassment, dad included. It was excruciating. To this day, we still give him shit about it.
When two people love each other very very much...
and one day my teenage sister showed it to me and "explained" the pictures
one of them was of a man feeding an oyster to a woman and she told me that oyster was a sperm. yeah that scared me a lot.
but I feel like I already knew a bit before all of that (year 6).
which I got when I was 10
Much more medically accurate and interesting than the porno stash I found under my parent's bed when I was 8 or 9
but I think it was little bits of stuff here and there, a puzzle I put together, so to speak.
if I'm honest
If I'm Cat_Race then this thread
except we didn't have a computer, so a children's encylopaedia.
I don't think there was this big Eureka moment about it. When we were children we went to naturist camps for the holidays. If you see what a man and a woman look like 'au naturel' from an early age I suppose you can guess very quickly how it works.
The funny thing was - when he told me, it was almost like I'd always known anyway.
I do remember this book about the human body, suddenly being on the bookshelf in my room one day.
Someone told me it involved the man inserting the penis into the woman's rectum and then weeing, I think I believed that for a year or so.
Then, yeah. Dirty playing cards and porn stashes.
And my parents bought me the Usborne book, Growing Up, probably so they didn't have to talk to me about it.
a guy put his bird into a girl's bee and said, in a dramatic, film trailer kind of voice:
And now we wait.