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Childhood sexuality

Find out what is considered to be normal behaviour in regards to masturbation, sexual curiosity, sex play, imitation and fantasy and when to seek professional advice.

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Childhood behaviours

As children grow and develop, they may exhibit certain behaviours such as anxieties, childhood phobias, temper tantrums and exploring their sexuality.

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Sexual behaviour: toddlers | Raising Children Network

Is your toddler curious about bodies? That’s normal. Knowing about typical childhood sexual behaviour can guide your responses to it. Our article explains.

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Sexual behaviour: preschoolers | Raising Children Network

Is your preschooler curious about bodies? That’s normal. Knowing about normal childhood sexual behaviour can guide how you respond. Our article explains.

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Children & harmful sexual behaviour: help | Raising Children Network

Harmful sexual behaviour in children can take many forms. Professional support is essential to helping children who have engaged in harmful sexual behaviour.

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Genital Herpes - Symptoms, treatment & advice - Sexual Health Victoria

Genital herpes is one of the most common sexually transmissible infections. Very effective treatment is available from your doctor or sexual health clinic.

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Consent: talking with children & teens | Raising Children Network

Sexual consent is agreeing to take part in sexual activity. It’s key to healthy relationships. Children can learn about consent long before it relates to sex.

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Understanding U=U - Positive Women Victoria

Understanding U=U In the most simplest terms, U=U (Undetectable = Untransmittable) means someone living with HIV who is on effective treatment cannot transmit HIV through sexual activities

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Sex and the Law (Domestic Violence) - Sexual Health Victoria

Sexual Health Victoria (formally Family Planning Victoria) focuses on reproductive and sexual health care, education and advocacy. Our vision is to improve ever

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Sexuality, intimacy and cancer - Cancer Council Victoria

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