I draw a 6 and a 9 cuddled in as close as possible, add smiley profiles and odd pipe-cleaner-like legs to each digit. It looks like a yin yang and a dollar sign have collided.
I explain, “69 refers to a sexual position that looks somewhat like the number 69 (point point). This is someone’s head (point) and this is their partner’s crotch (point), and this is the other person’s head up here (point) and here is the other person’s crotch (point). Each partner stimulates the genitals of the other partner with their mouth, orally. In this position both partners are performing oral sex on each other.”
A hand goes up, “Wait.”
“Yes?” I ask.
The whole class chimes and chokes with similar sentiments.
A front row hand goes up, “OK, males have penises that a mouth can go on but women don’t, they don’t have penises.”
I respond, “I am glad you said that. Females do not have penises, but they do have the same nerves for sexual pleasure that penises do. These nerves form a clitoris, a bundle of flesh located in the front of their crotch. On a female, the clitoris is where the base of the penis is on a male. The clitoris sits inside of the labia, the lips, so it can be hard to see. We will cover all this again when we get there in Puberty from Head to Toe.”
A hand goes up, “May I close the classroom door?”