Is It Normal For A 12 Year Old Girl To Masturbate?
Is it NORMAL for a 12 year old girl to masterbate? [I found a video of my daughter masterbating, i was wondering why she would of taped it...and done it? She is a VERY good student and I am scared what these signs may mean]
its definitely normal for a 12 year old girl to masturbate...totally natural.
however, the thing that is disturbing is that she is video taping herself. i would be concerned that she is posting it on the internet or sending it to someone...which is just a bad bad idea.
i would definitely talk to her about the video, and ask her why she did it. and talk to her about why its not such a good idea to videotape that sort of thing, especially if she's planning on giving it to someone or putting it on the internet...that can absolutely come back to haunt her.
12,im sorry ppl bt dis is not on,hw do u long 4 sex at 12,by 13 dis child will b havin sex and 15 pregnant,u cant be incoraging such things,saying shes not out to gt it,does nt justify it at all,sit her down,try to understand y shes doin it
ok, since this is a place where ppl ask questions and try to help each other ill admit that i am a girl and masterbated since very very young. like 7 young. i only taped it once out of curiousity. that may be what it is for her and i hope that is ALL it is. however i would kinda mention torwards the tape and stuff and talk to her about it. DONT GET MAD. that will cut off her wanting to talk to you about things like that. my mom and me would talk about it and stuff. stay calm and level headed about it. i advise telling her the danger of posting the vid or showing anyone. i think she jus curious. unless she look like she was posing or whatever on purpose then you got a prob...if she like girls then jus talk to her bout it and be calm and gentle about it. im bi so. yeah its a ruff life and i hope she don ever start tht. if she do tho being there for her is the best idea.
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