* Article has been updated Pretoria – Private investigator Paul O'Sullivan's assistant Sarah-Jane Trent briefly appeared in the Pretoria Magistrate's Court on Tuesday, following her dramatic arrest on Friday afternoon.Trent was charged for allegedly pretending to be an IPID official during an investigation into Acting Police Commissioner Khomotso Phahlane.
Many parents feel anxious and uncertain about educating their children about sex. The goal is to inform and protect your children while making them feel good — not ashamed — of their bodies.
Experts recommend you consider buying a children's book on sexuality to guide you through the tougher topics and, when possible, broach a sex-related subject in terms of a TV show or movie you and your child have seen, or a book he or she has read.
But let them know, in a gentle way, directs sexologist Dr.
Ruth Westheimer, that other forms of play are better because they respect everyone's privacy.
The case against Trent was postponed to May 2 for further investigations.
But Trent, speaking outside court, said she was also not entirely clear regarding the charges against her.Take these steps for starters: Also read: Forget stranger danger: teach your kids about tricky people instead Though schools often include sex education in the curricula – they might impart some information about Aids and pregnancy, for example – parents, too, should be involved with educating their children about these issues of physical health, and about the moral aspects of sexual behaviour.Prepare your pre-teen kids for puberty, so they're not caught with their proverbial pants down.Like SABC1's will also tackle issues of social concerns, such as sexual equality, teenage pregnancy, the role of the parents, violence based on sex and sexuality, but also the pleasures of sex."By allowing guests to interact in dialogue rather than being interviewed, 24publishes all comments posted on articles provided that they adhere to our Comments Policy.Should you wish to report a comment for editorial review, please do so by clicking the 'Report Comment' button to the right of each comment.Kids have to know that when they surf the Internet, they shouldn't "talk" to someone unknown to them any more than they would if a stranger approached them on the street.