Kaslin.... I think one point is missing. Personally, I have talked to my children when they were very young about “bad touching”. A parent can use age appropriate words to simply explain that people shouldn’t be touching their “private” parts. I believe this opens the door to communication between the parent and child and the child may then feel more comfortable talking to his/her parents over anything uncomfortable. Just a thought.
That’s right. And you have to say to your kid, “If anyone ever tells you not to tell me, you HAVE to tell me immediately.”
And if anyone touches you on any part that your swimming suit covers, YOU HAVE TO TELL ME.
And then, you don’t let your kids be alone with any men. Period. Yeah, yeah, I know there are twisted women out there, but they don’t have an appendage that wants to get stuck places it doesn’t belong.
Oh and another real simple rule that keeps things straight: NO SEX OUTSIDE OF MARRIAGE.