Traditional tools can be time-consuming, aren’t likely to catch deeper issues, expose parents to more information than they need to know, and invades kids’ privacy and trust. It’s a huge pain for you, and let’s face it—kids don’t like it. Thankfully, there is a better way.
Here are a few companies and brands that have partnered with this global fight for love, or have pledged to give back to our worldwide awareness efforts.
Most of us don’t have as many Instagram followers as these Fighters, but anyone can make a difference when it comes to raising awareness on the harmful effects of porn in society.
Combat the normalization of porn in your home and society with education and awareness. If you haven’t started talking about porn yet, it might be time.
“I never would have believed a late-night conversation about porn with my 14-year-old daughter would be a defining moment, but it was.”
Apple is rolling out three new features in the next iOS updates that aim to address the issue of child sexual abuse material on Apple devices. Here’s what they are and how they’ll affect your privacy.
Looking the other way is not the most helpful approach. Get the facts on what to know about your child’s exposure to porn and what you can do about it.
Think about talking with your kids about porn earlier than you might have initially thought. Whether they’re teens or elementary schoolers, there are ways to discuss porn in age-appropriate ways.
Research shows that porn can fuel disconnection—and that doesn’t only translate to those you’re in a romantic relationship with.
If a child tells a parent they need help, chances are they’ve been trying to find the right words to say and the right time to say them for a while.
Chances are, your child will encounter porn while living in your care. So how can you help them understand porn’s potential harms? Talk to them.
Every child’s experience will be unique to them, and every child deserves to learn about sex and relationships from healthier sources than porn.