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The type and frequency of normative sexual behaviors vary with the age of the child.8 Sexual behaviors in infants are rare, with the exception of hand to genital contact.

Beyond infancy, sexual behaviors increase as toddlers become more aware of their body parts, including their genitals, physiologic sensations deriving from their genitals, and gender differences.

presents the largest collection of Indian cam girls on the web.For example, recent technology, such as the Internet, chat rooms, and texting, has expanded the way children are exposed to sexually explicit information.Contemporary television and music provide more frequent exposure to sexual material; there are an average of eight sexual acts per hour on television, an increase of more than fourfold since 1976.5 However, sexual behavior that is developmentally inappropriate requires an evaluation of additional factors, such as conduct and behavior disorders in the child, and violence, abuse, and neglect in the home.In general, sexual behaviors in children two to five years of age are of a greater variety and are more common compared with the behaviors in children older than five years.9 Once the child becomes aware of social rules regarding sexual behaviors in public, those behaviors become more covert.Sexual behaviors may not necessarily diminish beyond five years of age, but rather the behaviors are not observed by parents as often because children spend less time at home and more time at school, require less supervision, and learn the social norms for concealing sexual behaviors.10 Also, as children age, these behaviors transition to more socially acceptable alternatives such as increasing interest in sexual topics, including the opposite sex.