[b]10) The text reports that babies experience sexual pleasure and apparently may even masturbate to orgasm. What do you suppose this signifies? How should parents respond if their baby shows extreme annoyance if efforts are made to interrupt his or her m

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[b]10) The text reports that babies experience sexual pleasure and apparently may even masturbate to orgasm. What do you suppose this signifies? How should parents respond if their baby shows extreme annoyance if efforts are made to interrupt his or her m

Post  Juan Paulo Zamora on Sat Feb 07, 2009 6:11 pm

10) The text reports that babies experience sexual pleasure and apparently may even masturbate to orgasm. What do you suppose this signifies? How should parents respond if their baby shows extreme annoyance if efforts are made to interrupt his or her masturbation of is such self-stimulation is done many times during the day?


According to textbooks and our discussion, it only signifies that the baby is already aware of that certain kind of action which makes him/her feel pleasurable. The baby is only aware of the action and NOT the sexual thought itself, because babies are innocent and only do actions that makes him/her satisfied or pleasured.

Parents should just accept the actions of the baby. Because babies undergo developmental stages that must be accomplished in order for them to adapt or perform well in the society during their later life. It is normal for babies to act in such a way because it is a part of their developmental tasks. The only way to deal with these certain kind of action is to divert the attention of the baby such as giving him/her toys, playing, talking, and etc.

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