A teacher who gave her class their first sexual education lesson has shared the hilarious questions they asked in class.
The pupils, who are believed to attend a US school, were clearly baffled by the concept of sex, and asked her a string of childlike questions about doing the deed.
One pupil asked how couples stay awake during sex, while another child questioned how a baby could possibly be delivered in the way they were taught.
The adorable questions have since gone viral after the anonymous teacher’s friend shared them on Twitter, with thousands of users laughing at their innocence.
A teacher who gave her class their first sexual education lesson shared their adorable questions about what they’d just learned
Twitter user said the teacher had typed the questions up to share them with friends.
‘My friend is teaching elementary schoolers about sex Ed and she typed their questions out andddd [sic],’ they posted followed by laughing emojis.
One child refused to believe that their parents had had sex, asking: ‘I’m sure my mother never had nothing to do with intercoursing…maybe my father?’
Others were confused about the practicalities of intercourse, with one wondering how long the act takes.
One pupil asked how couples stay awake during sex, while another child asked how a baby could possibly be delivered in the way they were taught
The questions were shared by the teacher’s friend, who was left in stitches by their childlike innocence
‘I know that intercousing takes 24 hours. My question is how do you stay awake? [sic]’ one asked.
Another said: ‘When the PENISE is put into the VIRGINIA, does it slide in quietly or click like a key in a lock? [sic].’
Some children were clearly very intrigued and probed the teacher for more details.
‘If you intercourse longer, is the baby born bigger? [sic]’ one pondered.
The post has since gone viral, with many netizens finding the children’s innocence hilariously endearing
Another simply asked: ‘Why do you have sex?’
Others were obviously horrified by the information they’d just learned, with one little girl asking: ‘Wouldn’t it be just as good if a boy had a baby for a change?’
‘Are you sure that somebody knows how to get that baby out of there?’ another child said.
Another said: ‘Isn’t there some other way to have a baby?’