The other Sex Ed thread (in Learning at School) got me thinking, what do other homeschooling families do for this? Especially if you are hsing older children? Do you just "keep the channels open", do you broach the subject, use a curriculum? How about Sex Ed classes for hsers?
I'll say that my girls are still young, and we've stuck with just answering questions, and using the great books "It's Not the Stork" and "It's So Amazing". I haven't pulled out "It's Perfectly Normal", as I'm not sure when the talk about, say, unwanted erections should come up for girls. The book is recommended for 10 and older.
If I sent my girls to ps, I am a parent that would want a fairly comprehensive program, beginning with what one poster in the other thread mentioned, "The only 100% safe sex is no sex" and going from there. I don't know how you feel about it in public school, but since we don't public school, how do you feel about approaching the subject yourself? How have you felt, being the teacher for such a potentially difficult subject?
So what did you/do you do/plan on doing?