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i need your help, as I'm not an english native person and today my daughter came back from school and tell me about something I'd like to talk with her teacher but I don't know how.
This evening, she wanted to go to the toilet but didn't manage to pee, she said it spings. I asked questions and eventually she explained me that one of her friend touched her sex. I'd like to talk about it with her teacher but I don't know which nice word you normally use to mention the sex of a little girl?
Thank you for your help.
did her friend touch just the external part?
i would say the vulva because its technically correct - or the vagina, because that's what is the most common term used.
and i am so sorry to hear that this has happened to your daughter - i hope she's ok :no:
I would say vagina, a Thai friend of mine would say 'her little lady part' and another 'foreigner friend' would say 'down there'. say what you can say comfortably, the teacher will understand and should take what you are telling her seriously. Sorry you even have to do this for your daughter, and I hope the sting passes soon.
Thank you so much for your very helpful messages.
I talked with the teacher this morning about what happened. She will talk to the kids today.
I think it was just part of a game, at this age kids are discovering their body and they don't mean to do something bad. But I think it's worth reminding them that it's not a good thing to do.
Thank you again for your help and your support!
hi sevy, I am sorry that anything has happened to your little girl. Please be sure that the teacher explains to everyone in the class that it is very wrong and very serious if anyone is doing anything inproper, and the child must tell the teacher if anything happens again. Sometimes it can be just a case of curiosity and innocent, but it can sometimes be an older child or a bully, and that has to be stopped totally. hugs, Marie.
Thank you Marie.
Indeed the teacher talked with the children today to make sure it doesn't happen again.
I feel fortunate that my daughter is comfortable to tell me pretty much everything. At least I can try to do something to make sure she understands what's going on and to teach her when it's not right.
At first, I don't think she really understood that it was inproper manner but she realised then by the way I reacted when she told me. Now she is alright.
Thank you so much for all the supportive messages!
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