I started sex education with my kids at 2-years-old, some disagree with my parenting style but I know I’m right

A MUM shared the parenting techniques that make other people "mad" including starting sex education at two years old.

Parent and TikToker Emily Gale joked that she was "starting a riot" by sharing her controversial opinions.


She uploaded a short video sharing her tactics for sex education and meal times.

In the clip she said: "Things I'm doing with/teaching my child that make some people mad.

"You never have to finish your food.

"Sex education starting early, age two.

"Calling private parts by their names (penis and vagina) only."

Fellow TikTokers were quick to share their thoughts on her techniques.

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One said: "The 'not having to finish your plate' one is sooo important, I could've avoided so much guilt if my relatives just told me that."

While another said: "Children should always know body parts esp private parts… 'my flower hurts' means nothing to a childcare provider esp if the child cannot explain."

A third said: "I taught my kids proper names. Caused great confusion for my son who didn’t understand the difference between a Volvo and a vulva."

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Plus, I know I'm not a good mum, I'm selfish and send them to bed at 8:30 so I can watch TV.

And, a mum says she will never punish her son for bad behaviour, and says mums just need to pay more attention.

Meanwhile, a mum admits she is mum-shamed for feeding her eight-month-old roast dinners.

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