What is the birds and bees talk?
Its a talk where you talk to your children about.... sex its when a man and a woman get very happy with one another and make a baby.
The story of the birds and the bees is Birds, Bees, Babies. Basically the birds ask all the animals to make a baby and they laugh and tease so its left to be done by the birds and the bees. They make the baby in honey pots and then the stork delivers it. That is where babies come from. My source is the Birds, Bees, Babies Website.
There is actually a story about making babies called Birds, Bees, Babies in which the birds and the bees make a baby and then the stork delivers it. They use frogs and snails and puppy dog tails. The story is a way to satisfy the curiosity of children who are asking where babies come from. The birds and bees story is called Birds, Bees, Babies and was written by J.L. Sweat.
This song was sung in 1965 by 'Brenda Lee' and also 'The Versatile.' BIRDS AND THE BEES (Barry Stuart) Â« Â© '65 Pattern Music, ASCAP / MCA Music, ASCAP Â» Let me tell you bout the birds and the bees And the flowers and the trees and the moon up above And a thing called love Let me tell ya bout the stars in the sky And a girl and a guy and the way…
According to tradition, the birds and the bees is a metaphorical story sometimes told to children in an attempt to explain the mechanics and consequence of sexual intercourse. According to that story the birds are like men and the bees like women: Birds are free to fly wherever they like, but bees are enslaved to a single queen their entire life and their whole life is dedicated to keeping her alive. Bees pollinate flowers, birds…
The "birds & bees" story is no particular script, but a general topic of conversation that parents usually have with their children about where babies come from. You may have heard the line from an old song. "Birds do it & Bees do it, even educated fleas do it" the it is "reproduce" through some kind of sexual contact. The Birds & Bees is the story of sexual reproduction, Making Babies.