From the age of 4, our children begin to ask sexual questions out of curiosity.
It is at this age that children feel ashamed of nudity and it is necessary for parents to reinforce the fact that their child is not drawn to “sexual recklessness” at an older age.
At the age of 5 to 6, the secretion of sex hormones begins very sparingly, and it is at this age that children should be given the correct but short answers.
Of course, at this age, the child expresses a desire for children of the opposite sex, which is a natural expression and should not be confused with sexual desire.
But at the same time, children’s communication must be controlled and supervised by adults.