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Is now the time to take off my Pants?

Modern Birds & the Bees Take One.

A mom does her best to answer the age old questions of the very young, to high-larious effect:

Wits guest star Julia Sweeney shares a story about discussing the birds and bees (and frogs) with her eight-year-old daughter.

Now, it’s a Ted Talks:

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