some very specific questions on sex & sexual matters. While I'm glad that kt approached me (& she told me how hard it was to ask me these things) I wasn't prepared for a 13 y/o to have such specific & detailed questions. Okay - handled the majority of the questions; for some of the questions pulled husband in on the discussion for the male point of view. I felt it was necessary for kt to know what her dad thought & that he would want to know. She accepted that dad would be a part of the discussion with a grace that would have made you proud. I was, however, stopped in my tracks when kt announced that she had her first kiss & it wasn't with a boy. She told me that she was very confused & believed that she was bisexual (& that is the word she used - told me that she learned about this in Residential Treatment Center (RTC).) You know me, I had to know where this occurred because kt is supervised pretty much 24/7. Turns out it was in a respite setting 2 or 3 years ago. Isn't that a bit young on which to base this stuff? So, ladies, guess I just needed to talk. I'm not prepared for sexual orientation discussions out of my daughter. I'm prepared for arguments on boyfriends phone calls; setting limits on phone calls, clothes & makeup. At 13, not ready for this. Can you tell I'm feeling a bit clueless?