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    Quote Originally Posted by Albert01 View Post
    I'm confused.

    You said that she is mimicing 'sexual acts'?

    Which sexual acts do you mean?
    Yes! There is a big difference between mimicking some thrust moves from a Beyoncé video and mimicking in detail a specific sexual act.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VicPark View Post
    Yes! There is a big difference between mimicking some thrust moves from a Beyoncé video and mimicking in detail a specific sexual act.
    I agree. What are we talking about here OP?

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    Quote Originally Posted by VicPark View Post
    Yes! There is a big difference between mimicking some thrust moves from a Beyoncé video and mimicking in detail a specific sexual act.
    I caught her straddling my son making sex noises and rubbing her private asking him if he wanted her to take her clothes off. There's no way I've misinterpreted that.

    I feel the reason my fiancé is so hesitant is because he knows that in order to pursue this with a doctor, he will have to discuss it with his ex and she is not easy to deal with.

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    Quote Originally Posted by redfacedredhead View Post
    I caught her straddling my son making sex noises and rubbing her private asking him if he wanted her to take her clothes off. There's no way I've misinterpreted that.

    I feel the reason my fiancé is so hesitant is because he knows that in order to pursue this with a doctor, he will have to discuss it with his ex and she is not easy to deal with.
    Something is definitely not right there OP.. Exploration is one thing but that sounds like she's copying something very specific that she's been exposed to.

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    What will you do about this? This is very serious.

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    That's not healthy exploration, OP.
    It may be 'innocent', in that she may have seen part of a TV show/music video etc. that really wasn't age-appropriate. It may be a lot more sinister.

    Perhaps start with a child abuse helpline? They could discuss it in more detail and give you ideas of what to analyse and where to go.

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    Why hasn't your fiancé / boyfriend sat down with his daughter and had a conversation about her behaviour and ask some curious questions?
    Also he can't honestly be serious that his reluctance to do anything is because his ex is challenging to deal with? Not enough of a reason if there are real concerns that something untoward is or has happened. If he thinks a visit to a GP is necessary, he doesn't need to communicate that to his ex. Much easier if the adults could adult, but if they're not adulting very maturely it shouldn't impact on this child's wellbeing. Although I'm not sure a GP is necessarily best equipped in this situation, instead a child psych may be best - again to ask curious questions without causing this child harm.

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    http://www.secasa.com.au/pages/age-a...nd-pre-school/

    OP, have a read of this , I just happen to be speaking to a girlfriend of mine who works for child services, she's adamant you should contact them as soon as you can as this behaviour is classified as "very concerning sexual behaviour "

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    I would be very concerned, please take her to a professional who is trained in talking to children about these things. You can probably call an assault helpline and get so recommendations. It's very important how she is spoken to because you don't want to be asking her leading questions. Good luck OP.

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    I just spent all day today in a child sexual abuse workshop

    Please please get this sorted. The child is expressing something that needs serious attention. It's not a developmental stage- she has witnessed or experienced what she's expressing.

    Please contact Bravehearts and get immediate support and help

    This child is crying out for help the only way she knows how

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