It’s a question that has baffled parents of young children.

It comes up in a variety of ways.

“How does your kid get a toy?” a mother asked, according to ABC News.

“What happens when they get the toy?” another mom asked.

“They get a butt plug!”

A mom who lives in the UK said, “It’s a really bizarre question.

It’s like, how does a baby get the sex toy?”

But it’s not that bizarre.

In fact, it’s pretty standard practice.

And it can be an important question for parents to ask.

In a recent study published in Pediatrics, researchers analyzed the toys used by American children aged between six months and nine years old.

They found that children’s toys were often used for sex play.

The toys included toys that had a variety, including ones with sex toys inside, a buttplug, a strap-on, a hand-held toy, and a handless toy.

Some of the toys were also toys that were sold as “sexy toys.”

In other words, they had sex play elements that the kids would play with and play with, but the toys themselves were not intended for sex.

The study also found that about half of the sex toys used in the study were for the purpose of sexual gratification.

The authors say that while the toys might be “seedy” or “bad-boy,” they do not have a sexual purpose.

It is possible that they may be toys intended to be used for other purposes.

For example, the toys may be used to give an impression of being a toy, or to simulate sexual contact with other children.

“There is a strong sexual interest among young children to be touched sexually by others,” the authors write.

“Parents should ask themselves, ‘Do they want their child to play with a toy that they have never touched before?'”

In a previous study published online in the Journal of Sexual Medicine, researchers found that two thirds of all sexual experiences between young children and adults were initiated by toys.

It may also be that a toy is just one piece of a wider, larger, or more complex sexual experience that involves other toys.

The researchers note that children may not be aware of these other items in their environment and may find it hard to understand why they would want to play or even to feel interested in playing with such things.

In the new study, the authors also looked at whether toys were being used in different ways.

For instance, the researchers asked a mother who had a child of her own to rate the toy her child had used.

The mother rated the toys her child used as having sex toys that included the following: a strap on toy that could be used as a penis; a hand held toy that used the genitals to simulate vaginal penetration; a sex doll with two dildos on the outside and a strap that was used to insert the dildo inside a vagina; a toy with a butt or a strap attached to it; a “sextoys” box that included a butt, a finger, and an object that was inserted inside the vagina; and a toy on a stick that was supposed to simulate anal penetration.

The mothers were also asked about whether they used sex toys for their own sexual purposes.

Of the 43 mother-daughter pairs of parents surveyed, 40% reported that they had used a toy to engage in sexual activity, compared to only 14% of mothers who did not use a sex toys toy.

In addition, 25% of the mothers who used toys reported having done so on a regular basis.

The most common reason given for not using a sex partner was “they do not want to do it themselves.”

And among mothers who use sex toys, 35% said that their partners did not like sex toys and that their parents do not allow them to use sex objects for sexual purposes, compared with 15% of those who did use sex-play toys.

“We know that sex toys can be useful for sexual gratification, but we also know that they can be problematic,” the study authors write, adding that “sex toys should not be considered toys that children use to explore and explore themselves.”

The authors also note that, while sex toys are a safe and effective way to help kids learn to interact sexually with one another, they are not necessarily for sexual pleasure.

“In many cultures, such toys are considered shameful and should not or cannot be used in public places,” the researchers write.

This means that parents who choose not to use a toy for sex are not being “sexual” by not using one.

However, the study’s authors acknowledge that sex toy use can be harmful.

“It is not uncommon to hear stories of parents who say they have used sex-based toys because they did not feel comfortable sharing their sexual desires with their children,” they write.

They add, “Parents may be hesitant to disclose their sexual preferences to their children because they do so inadvertently, unintentionally, or intentionally.”

They also note: