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Everybody Masturbates for Girls - cover

Everybody Masturbates for Girls

Cristian YoungMiller

Publisher: RateABull Publishing

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Summary

This bestselling book has been positively reviewed by Child Care Experts. It is appropriate for boys ages 7 and up and parents looking for the right words to discuss masturbation with their children.
 
 
 
About the Story:Candy is a 10 year old girl that has discovered something that feels really good. But after being yelled at for doing it, it's up to Candy's mom to explain to Candy that it's OK to feel good and that there's a proper place to do it. Respectfully Discusses: - What is masturbation - Why it feels good - Who does it - Where it's appropriate - Masturbation hygiene - and more
Available since: 05/08/2019.

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