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It's a well-established routine that helps him deal with the nightmares he still suffers after repeated assaults by a gang of bullies in the school dormitory when he was in year The victim, now 21, has been diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder, but his father says a weight seems to have lifted from his shoulders after the settlement. We are happy and now want to move on. The victim, however, still can't manage to talk to his family about what happened at the Trinity boarding house. All his father knows is what he read in the police statement of facts tendered to Bidura Children's Court in

‘My teenage son is stealing our sex toys. What should my husband and I do?’

Sex-Positive Parenting: Yes, Talk To Your Kids About Sex

Follow our live coverage of the Tokyo Olympic Games. Students at Trinity Grammar School in Sydney's inner-west raped and simulated rape on other students using a wooden implement more than 15 years ago, the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse has heard. The inquiry is hearing evidence about responses to harmful sexual behaviour at three unnamed New South Wales primary schools, three faith-based private schools — Trinity Grammar School, The King's School and St Ignatius College — as well as a private school, Shalom Christian College in Queensland. In his opening address, counsel-assisting the inquiry David Lloyd said Trinity Grammar School staff knew about sexual abuse against a Year 7 student, known as CLA, for a month before action was taken.

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Dear Dan: My year-old son is stealing our sex toys. My son took my husband's handheld toy a several months ago. I found it where it shouldn't have been and let my husband know. He talked to our son and told him these are personal items, like a toothbrush, and that he needed to stop taking them.
Unlike a lot of mothers in my suburban community, I have no problem talking to my kids about sex. In fact, I'm very comfortable talking honestly, openly, and nonjudgmentally about it. I was raised by a stylish diva mom of the Mad Men era. Twice divorced, she was slightly embittered but unequivocal when she told me flatly, "Sex is the one thing a man can give you that will make you happy. This is what informed how I educated my daughter about sex, although my tutelage was far from embittered—because sex, love, and relationships have always been a highly satisfying part of my life.