You might be wondering if your child is too young to handle the topic of sexual harassment, but the reality is that they’ll hear about it from somewhere else if not from you. You’ll want to keep the conversation tailored to their maturity level, but talking to children about sexual harassment is something that’s best done sooner than later. It should also be an ongoing, open-ended conversation since talking to children about sexual harassment is an important step that society as a whole can take to address the issue.
Here are some age-appropriate approaches that parents can take when talking to children about sexual harassment:
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