Actually that is the one and only conversation that we had about sex. I think that her not telling me about the birds & the bees played a big part in it. I didn't even have the talk about "private parts", or "good touch, bad touch". I think that played a major role in how I viewed sex as well, because how I learnt about sex was with an older friend who showed me with barbie dolls. I didn't even know I had a vagina until I was around 14. I thought you just rubbed up against each other, I had no idea there was "intercourse" involved. I didn't know that sex was something you gave to someone you love, I thought it was something you gave to a man to MAKE him love you.
With that said, I take 100% responsibility for my actions, but had I have gotten "the talk" from my mother, I think I would have made better choices when it came to sex. I might have even been able to tell when someone was touching me inappropriately, it's happened more than the two times I told my mother about, but I didn't think they were doing anything wrong, because I was too young to understand what was happening.
I am a firm believer that as a parent you should be the FIRST to tell your child about sex. I am going to do things completely different than my mother did with me.