Kids Tell Their Parents How They Lost Their Virginity, And It's Exactly As Awkward As You'd Imagine

"Do you think it lasted a long time in your head or in actuality?"

Cut Video never shies away from the uncomfortable topics. In the past, it's asked parents to sit down with their kids and talk about menstruation, birth control, consent, and dealing with the police

This time around, parents sat in the listening seat while their kids awkwardly divulged the details of they lost their virginities. Their kids are now adults, but the subject is still not exactly a delightful one to approach while their parents are sitting right next to them, asking personal questions such as "Did you climax when you lost your virginity?" while a camera films the entire interaction. 

The moms and dads try to make the situation easier by asking questions that include positions, birth control methods, durations, and whether they felt pleasure or not. This, of course, makes things even more hilariously awkward. 

Check it out in the video below. 

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The video is certainly an entertaining one to watch because of how open, honest, and awkward it all is, but it also showcases an important sex education issue. 

Many of the participants revealed they didn't talk to their parents about sex. The conversation can be an uncomfortable one to have at any age, but a comprehensive sex positive education is incredibly important to prevent sexual assault, pregnancy, and sexually transmitted infections. Unfortunately, only 24 states and the District of Columbia require public schools teach sex education, which includes abstinence-only-until-marriage programs. Of these 22 states, only 13 require it to be medically accurate. That means many teens who are learning about sex in school aren't getting the information they need. 

Until policies change and schools improve their sex education policies, it's up to parents to sit down with their kids and teach them about sex — regardless of how awkward it may be. And hey, if these people can talk about it with their parents on camera for hundreds of thousands of people to see on YouTube, you can probably handle having an important conversation in the privacy of your own home. 

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