The other day my friends and I went to watch Black Swan. At that one highly discussed scene, there was a sense of awkwardness in the air. Recently, we…

The other day my friends and I went to watch Black Swan. At that one highly discussed scene, there was a sense of awkwardness in the air. Recently, we brought up that awkwardness again and how it would be terrible to have to watch it with your parents because I think I read online that someone did. Even though parents should theoretically be the ones you go to for all advice — it usually feels odd to relate “sexual” advice to parents due to this sense of awkwardness. However, you should not just ignore all advice and go ahead with things just because you feel “awkward” about it because adults’ advice is good for the most part (depending on who you go to). Personally, I don’t really know how to ask my parents for advice so I turn to some other adults sometimes or just people older than me (because technically, I am legally considered an adult though technically…) because they just have more experience in life. So take a step forward and overcome this awkwardness to ask.
– Vivian