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Photo: suriyachan (Shutterstock) Even if you think of yourself as the kind of parent that your kid can talk to about anything, there are probably some things they would rather keep to themselves, whether it’s dealing with embarrassing bodily functions or not divulging the kinds of drugs they enjoy. This post on Reddit’s r/parenting board from u/ hilaryflammond offers a great suggestion for parents of older kids or teenagers: Set up a “No Questions Asked” drawer for your child, and fill it with supplies they might be embarrassed to ask for. You could even open it up to their friends (if you don’t mind supplying the neighborhood with condoms). The specifics are, of course, up to you, but below are some suggestions. Sex Condoms Dental dams Contraceptive foam Pregnancy tests Lubricant Health and hygiene Information card containing the phone numbers of mental health services, addiction counseling, etc. Laxatives Imodium and Tux pads Monistat/yeast infection remedy Tampons and pads (There shouldn’t be a stigma or anything secret about this, but it might be useful for your kid’s friends, who may be grateful to not have to ask.) Adult diapers Toothbrush (for guests) Deodorant (ditto) Drinking and drugs Fentanyl test strips (This one is tricky, as it suggests to your child that you think they’re on serious drugs, which is potentially insulting. And if you think your kid is on serious drugs, you should do more than leave test strips in a drawer for them—but again, you may be providing something […]