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Bless her she must have been mortified when you walked in. I am almost certain I did it at that age, I have done it for as long as I can actually remember and there's definitely nothing wrong with me. The important thing is that she shouldn't feel it's something to be ashamed of. Perfectly normal and absolutely fine to do privately. It shouldn't bother you as this is totally normal. Children as young as six learn to masturbate. It's wrong to associate masturbation with adulthood and sex because it's not quite the same. Not a very helpful comment - it's perfectly normal behaviour.
Last week, we talked about why douching isn't a great idea. Has anyone ever asked you that question? We bet you blushed a little. There is a lot more stigma attached to female masturbation than to the male version. As a result, many young women find it a hard topic to talk about, even with their close friends.
G ail Horalek, the mother of a 7th-grade child in Michigan in the US, has made international headlines by complaining that the unabridged version of Anne Frank's diary is pornographic and should not be taught at her daughter's school. At issue for Horalek is a section detailing Anne's exploration of her own genitalia, material originally omitted by Anne's father, Otto Frank, when he prepared the manuscript for publication in the late 40s. I had to look up what age kids are in the 7th grade. They're 12 to 13!