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Smalltowngirl, sometimes kids get put off by their parents “bringing things to their attention.” It’s often better to take thier lead from the child in question. That being siad, the mother or father COULD mention casually during dinner that they read something interesting in the paper, and ask if their child happened to read it, too, and begin a discussion. The idea is NOT to treat the subject with disdain or like it is taboo. And if it is a disgusting subject, it is a good object lesson for Torah values versus the shmutz in the outside world.