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I'm taking a small vacation from the blogosphere and Always Aroused Girl is stepping in to fill my shoes for the next two weeks. Between Always Aroused Girl's own fabulous blog, sex toy reviews for Janes Guide and new sex talk website Beyond the Birds and the Bees, I'm sure she'll have a lot to share with everyone. You can also check out our interview with her when she was our Babe of the Month a couple of months ago:On your blog, you write almost as much about your children as you do about your sex life. Which came first, the sex blogging or your children?I had children before I started writing, but at first I kept mention of the kids strictly off the blog.� At some point after the first few months the separation started to feel very artificial.� Sexuality is very important to me but it?s hardly the only important thing.� People have had both positive and negative reactions to this, but to me it feels natural to mention all the facets of my life.� I hate the idea that a ?mommy? blog needs to be rated G and a ?sex? blog must only discuss sex.Is it important for children to have parents who have positive, healthy ideas about sexuality? Why?Yes, absolutely, in the same way that it?s important for children to have parents who have positive, healthy ideas about food, or work, or friendships, or or anything else.What does being a mom who is sex positive mean for you in your everyday life as a parent?It means that my children know the names of their body parts and can talk about them (for example with a doctor, trusted friend or me) without embarrassment.� It means that we?re engaging in a long-term ongoing discussion of boundaries, pleasure, self-respect and values.� And it means that I try to avoid shaming my kids about their bodies, even when my son races out of the bathroom to answer the door with his pants still around his ankles.