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    I agree this is very concerning, and I would consider it to be reportable if I worked with a child displaying this behaviour. Is there any reason you can think of OP that your fiancé would be so reluctant? Because I find that really strange, to be honest with you.

    I think your gut instinct seems pretty sound here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elijahs Mum View Post
    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 "
    I was also thinking DOCSs. This behaviour is not normal and she obviously been exposed to something.

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    That doesn't round right at all, especially for a 3 year old! I was only about 8 or 9 when I first discovered that area that it felt good but 3 is just way too young. My nephew is 4 and has never expressed any kind of behaviour like that.

    I would really be seeking out some professional help, and agree with what previous people have said and that it's strange that your partner is weird about it. Somethings not adding up.

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    I agree that it's totally not normal, is she likely to have seen her mother have sex do you think?
    I can imagine it causes a lot of stress when she's in your care and quite upsetting for your poor son!
    Your partner needs to open his eyes and deal with this situation properly!

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    Your hubby needs to grow some, get over his fears and deal with it pronto!

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    Just to agree with everyone else...this is very concerni g behaviour and is not normal. This girl has either seen something, or had something happen to her in order for her to behave like this.
    The fact your fiance is hesitant to do anything also concerns me. To h3ll with the ex wife...his daughter needs help and he is choosing to ignore this...why?

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    So this little girl has been showing symptoms of possible sexual abuse for THREE MONTHS and no one's done anything?? Is this OP for real?

    Bugger the parents. Report it yourself to your state's child protective services.

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    I might get flamed for this but here goes. This little girl has obviously been exposed to something sexual either by seeing it or by suffering sexual abuse and I think the fact that your fiancé doesn't want to do anything about it is a huge red flag! Why doesn't he? If it was my child I would fight like hell to get to the bottom of the issue to make sure she is safe which is what I would think most parents would do unless they are hiding something. Sorry op

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    Quote Originally Posted by loodle View Post
    I might get flamed for this but here goes. This little girl has obviously been exposed to something sexual either by seeing it or by suffering sexual abuse and I think the fact that your fiancé doesn't want to do anything about it is a huge red flag! Why doesn't he? If it was my child I would fight like hell to get to the bottom of the issue to make sure she is safe which is what I would think most parents would do unless they are hiding something. Sorry op
    Agree I would be keeping my kids away from him for sure 😱

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    Default *trigger* Highly sexual 3 year old or curious 3 year old?

    Quote Originally Posted by loodle View Post
    I might get flamed for this but here goes. This little girl has obviously been exposed to something sexual either by seeing it or by suffering sexual abuse and I think the fact that your fiancé doesn't want to do anything about it is a huge red flag! Why doesn't he? If it was my child I would fight like hell to get to the bottom of the issue to make sure she is safe which is what I would think most parents would do unless they are hiding something. Sorry op
    I agree. Huge red flags are popping up to me. If he doesn't want to investigate a possible assault on his child ask yourself why....
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