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.
“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.”
Louisiana became the first state to pass porn age verification laws in an effort to prevent children from being exposed to harmful content online. Utah followed suit, and it looks like Virginia is next.
Modern-day life with the internet has many benefits from convenience to connections. But like any tool, it can be used by people who choose to harm others, which leads parents to wonder how to protect their child from online predators.
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.
It’s no secret that porn has become mainstream entertainment in our society. But just how popular is it? And who, exactly, is watching?
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.
It’s not surprising that these numbers have skyrocketed, but that’s only half of the equation. Young people are being exposed to porn much earlier, but porn is often much more extreme than it ever used to be.
In January 2023, Louisiana became the first state to pass porn age verification laws in an effort to prevent children from being exposed to harmful content online. Utah followed suit, but not without backlash from the adult industry.
1 in 5 girls and 1 in 10 boys ages 13 to 17 have shared their own nudes, 27% of 12-17 year-olds receive sexts, and nearly 15% send them.
Child sexual exploitation material is a pervasive issue that’s growing exponentially. Here’s what to know and how to help.
Cartoon pornography, which often depicts characters from mainstream children’s shows, is more prevalent than you might think.