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When my mom was teaching me about sex she said about how the father puts his "seed" in the mother and I pictured like an actual seed like for a plant would come out of his penis and thought it sounded painful
When I was around 6-7, I would often watch the grinch, and it showed how Babies came from umbrellas in the sky, so that was always how I used to think people had babies... I found out how people actually had babies when I was around 8. (I'm 13 now ^^)
I thought that girls would poop and they could choose any poop to become a baby, and they would do something to it and it would become a baby. I didn't know about sex yet.
I used to believe that there are 2 steps to have a child. First a couple need to be married. Then they need to kiss each other at a period of time. When the amount of kissing is enough, the baby will bursted in the air and fall into your hands. (Guess I played The Sims too much :D)
When I was younger i was the only girl out of four brothers. Being that there was so many of us most of the time we all took a bath together. Well one day i saw something i never noticed before that my brothers all had a "pee pee" and i did not. I thought mine had feel off one day and started crying i even told my mom that i had lost my "pee pee" it was soo hurtful lol...than it got explained to me that what i had was normal because i was a girl lol...my brothers still think its funny to make fun of me and its been over 15 years lol
When a friend of mine was little, he used to think that babies came from supermarkets.
When I first learned about sex, I didn't associate it with procreation. I thought babies occurred randomly and if a woman didn't get married quick enough when she grew up, she'd have a baby randomly without a man. And that is where single mother's come from!
I thought that when you wanted to have a baby you went to a cloud land and your parents/any other kids in the family, would go choose a baby and other parents would be there picking out their babies.
I knew that babies were made with girl and boy private parts... but I thought that if my brother peed and didn't flush then I peed that a baby could grow in the toilet if you didn't flush fast enough
When I was younger, I used to think the penis was actually called a "buddy" and the vagina was actually called a "schnizzy". Thanks, mom. :)
The first time I asked how I was born my mom told me that she and my dad made me "with God." Well I assumed they put me together, assembly-line style, in a factory in Heaven.
I should mention I was also a huge fan of Pinocchio.
When I was younger, my parents used the word "bunky" to describe mine and my sisters "bottoms". At 5th grade, during the first sex ed class I had ever been to, the teacher called out and said, "Can anyone here tell me what the name of the female reproductive organs are?" Well, of course, I raised my hand and proceeded to tell the class that we all had bunkies.
I used to believe that when a guy kissed a girl and they traded spit, the girl would get pregnant.
I used to believe that a mom and her baby were connected at the belly button when the baby was inside her and she fed it by inserting food into her belly button.
I used to believe that boys had boys and girls had girls. IDK why, but that sounded sensible, didn't you?
For some reason when I was a very young child, I was under the impression that sperm were located in the feet.
I don't recall how I thought sex occurred at the time. Luckily.
When I was 6, I asked my mom where babies came from, she gave me a very honest answer. Before she told me the truth, I thought this: If a girl ate a watermelon seed and she was in love, the watermelon seed would grow into a baby.
I used to believe that babies were dropped off by storkes...
In fifth grade, when we had the sex education video, it talked about when boys are old enough to get erections. I thought for the longest time after, that once a boy is old enough to get an erection, it would last him his whole life. So a guy was always hard, and never soft.
My dad told me when I was really little that roosters simply "walked over" an egg in order to fertilize it. I was recently in a conversation with my boss at work and argued that this was true for at least ten minutes - before realizing that my dad had simply told me that in order to avoid giving me the sex talk! My boss still laughs at me over that one.