Big porn sites are trying to be the hubs that parents aren’t of education and learning for younger audiences who have questions about sex and development.
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Looking the other way is not the healthiest or best approach. Get the facts on what to know about your child’s exposure to porn and what you can do about it.
This study reveals the need for more intentional conversations about childhood exposure to content that can have negative lasting impacts.
We believe it’s important for parents to talk with their kids about what porn is, and keep the conversation open, honest, and loving.
The key is to be aware of what they’re into, equipped with tips to protect your child, and prepared to deal with an abusive situation if it arises.
For every issue today, it seems like there’s a quick fix. Whether it’s ordering food from Grubhub when you don’t have time to make dinner, or using…
It’s all too easy especially for the younger generation to come across things online that are harmful without them realizing it.
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.
As if the global pandemic wasn’t bad enough, online sexual predators are using the virus as an opportunity to groom children for sexual exploitation.