When John and Cindy Thompso’s children asked where babies came from they decided to forgo the typical answers: “from God,” “a stork” and instead showed them.
“Cindy and I brought the kids into the bedroom and made love in front of them,” John said. “I showed them my seminal fluid and explained how it traveled up mommy’s vagina to fertilize her egg and make a baby. They really seemed to get it.”
Their children are now allowed to watch their parents have sex whenever they want. The Thompsons say their children have watched them enough (at least a 100 times) to really understand what a healthy, shameless sex life looks like.
This article received little attention when it was first published, but the story received a viral boost on
But this article is just a fictitious spoof. A disclaimer on Stuppid states that the web site “reports stupid news we find around the web and from other sources. We aim publish the stupidest, craziest stuff we can find.” And much of what they “find” is completely
This spoof does somewhat mimic the details of a real-life
A Woonsocket mother and her boyfriend are headed to trial on charges they had intercourse in front of the woman’s 9-year-old daughter as a way to teach the girl about sex.
Rebecca Arnold, of Woonsocket, and her boyfriend, David Prata, have pleaded not guilty to felony child-neglect charges.
When questioned by an investigator from the state Department of Children, Youth and Families, Prata, 33, said he and Arnold, 36, had sex “all the time” in front of the child and that “we don’t believe in hiding anything.”
He said the girl would often be on the bed watching as the couple had sex. Though they did not ask her to leave, they also did not force her to remain on the bed, Prata said.
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