My boyfriends daughter told her mom that my son was licking her on her private parts. I asked my son he says that she took his hand and put it on her private. I have caught the two acting unusal together before and talked to them about it. Now my boyfriends ex is acting like my son is a criminal and saying his daughter cant come to our house anymore. Both of the kids did wrong neither one will tell the complete truth. Please help me I don't know how to handle this .
they need therapy to understand love and sexuality. they need somebody who can communicate on their level, sure they need to know that is it illegal, and they can get into very big trouble if they do it again, but the fact of the matter is that it has happened, possibly several times.
kids at that age may not know it is bad. all they may know is that it feels good, or is something they enjoy.
it may or may not be a good idea to separate them. i don't know the details but it could end up scaring them for life or it could be necessary.
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