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Posted June 25, 2012
This is a fine guide for parents and we can take what we want from it and leave the rest. However, Dr. Kaeser is also a very popular speaker in elementary schools.
Parents should know that if he is invited to speak to their children he will tell them everything that is in his book and more. I believe he takes power away from parents when he goes into schools and tells 10 year olds EVERYTHING at once. When he dumps every graphic detail on children in a two hour period he loses his lovely "love, trust and respect" message in the process. Dr. Fred, I thought your book was telling me as a parent what to tell my children and when - not what you, a stranger, would be telling my 10 year old. With your NYC Department of Education credentials and NYU PhD, I trusted you would give an age appropriate introduction to a classroom of 10-11 year olds.
If parents want to understand the messenger better, you should read Dr. Kaeser's blog about the things we don't talk to our children about. Dr. Kaeser, are you suggesting we instruct our children on how to masturbate and "how to provide the best possible experience for one’s partner" or will you take care of that too? I think when you told my 10 year old that it takes 25 minutes for a woman's vagina to become sexually aroused you were broaching that subject. It would be creepy coming from me, and it was creepy coming from you.
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