Ways Nigerian parents reacts when it’s time for sex education – If you grew up in Nigeria or have Nigerian parents, then you would understand most of the things that will be discussed here. Firstly, you will be disappointed to know that [email protected]:’ is a forbidden topic in a Nigerian home.
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No one is allowed to talk about emotions and feelings; the word [email protected]:’ must not be spoken in a Nigerian home otherwise, you are dead. Nigerian parents do not take this topic lightly and would be deeply unsettled about their children’s awareness of the word.
Growing up in Nigeria has many challenges. This is the country where your parents do not tell you anything concrete about [email protected]:’ yet start to worry when they do not see you with the opposite [email protected]:’ after a while. In this part of the world, parents do anything to keep their children at home and expect them to do age appropriate things.
In this piece, we would be looking at the ways Nigerian parents react when it is time for them to have [email protected]:’ education with their children. Find below some of the basic reactions you are most likely to see when it is time for Nigerian parents to educate their kids on [email protected]:’:
1. When they keep mum about it
This is the first thing you will discover about most Nigerian parents. They would rather not talk about [email protected]:’ or anything that has to do with it. Since children trust their parents more than anyone else, the parents will avoid talking about this topic as their own way of limiting what they know. But in this generation, who are they deceiving?