Dax Shepard Shared How He And Kristen Bell Explain Sex To Their 6- And 8-Year-Old Daughters

The 14-year-old couple has been open about their choices in raising their daughters, Delta (6 years old) and Lincoln (8 years old).
The 46-year old was very open about his experiences with Kristen and Dax Shepard in the podcast Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard.

After having discussed the traditional attitudes of fathers of daughters toward sex, Dax was joined by Monica Padman as cohost and Gwyneth Paltrow as guest stars. He shared his unpopular opinion.

The most common thing that every man says to me is "Oh, you better have your gun, there are gonna be guys coming up," Dax said. This is the notion that I must protect my daughter's virginity with extreme prejudice.

My answer is that I don't want my daughters having sex to get approval from anybody. But if my daughters want sex and they are horny, then that is my favorite activity. I would be lying if i said I was anti-sex. I am not against the idea of being considered for that activity.

Dax revealed that Kristen had a "ingenious" method of teaching consent to their daughters.

Dax shared one thing about my wife that I think is ingenious. She describes sex to her children by saying, "And then the woman takes man's penis and places it in her vagina."

Gwyneth and Dax discussed the differences in how men perceive sex. They noted that although attitudes are changing, men feel less shameful about even discussing sex.

Dax's comments are months after Kristen and he attracted attention for their different parenting choices.

The couple made a stir in August when they talked about how often they bathed their children as part of a larger discussion on celebrities' washing habits.

As if you didn't know, the strange debate that began after Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis said they only wash children if visible dirt is visible saw many celebrities including Kristen and Dax joining the conversation to offer their views on the subject.

Our children were bathed every night before going to bed. Then, they started to go to sleep by themselves without our routine. We had to stop saying things like, Hey, when was your last time you did that?

Kristen said that I am a huge fan of waiting for the smell to pass. If you get a whiff, it's your body's way to tell you that you have to do something about it. It's a red alert.

It's bacteria. She continued on, and I waited for the stink.