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What Went Through 10 Guys’ Heads the First Time They Saw a Vagina in Person

This is how you talk to kids about their private parts

By Bonnie Schiedel January 24, Here are some tips on how to have these important chats. In terms of safety and consent, says Noon, teach your child from toddlerhood that there are different private parts on his or her body—the mouth, the breasts, the genitals and the buttocks—and that no one is allowed to see or touch them without permission. Clarifying, of course, that mom, dad or caregivers can help wash their body, a dentist will look in their mouth at an office visit and a doctor or nurse may look at genitals with a parent present. So what do you do if you walk into a room during a playdate and discover two naked six-year-olds? Instead, tell the kids to get dressed and take them into the kitchen for a drink. Later, give the other parents a quiet heads-up.

The extraordinary case of the Guevedoces

When I first saw a vagina in the flesh, I was in middle school and the only vaginas I had seen before were photos in some old issues of Playboy my brother and I had found. I still don't know why, really, but I'll stare at a vagina for hours on end if given the opportunity. To see what went through other guys' minds the first time they saw a hoo-ha, I asked them to recount that magical moment.
The discovery of a small community in the Dominican Republic, where some males are born looking like girls and only grow penises at puberty, has led to the development of a blockbuster drug that has helped millions of people, writes Michael Mosley. Johnny lives in a small town in the Dominican Republic where he, and others like him, are known as "Guevedoces", which effectively translates as "penis at twelve". We came across Johnny when we were filming for a new BBC Two series Countdown to Life, which looks at how we develop in the womb and how those changes, normal and abnormal, impact us later in life.