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Porn: 1 in 4 Kids (Startling Stats) – REBLOG

A quarter of children have seen online pornography by age 12!!!
Yikes!!!

As a parent, ​one continues to realize that a proactive stance is the only ideal and perhaps best approach in dealing with cultural issues especially pornography.

​One of the
implications of children being exposed to porn ​ makes it an alarming phenomenon, that being
X-rated imagery formed expectations in the majority of young watchers, with the most common response being that males expected women to act like porn stars ​
, according to the survey commissioned for the BBC Three documentary​.​

​Do note that – ​

  1. "Your child is going to ​stumble or ​
    look at porn at some point," Elizabeth Schroeder, executive director of the sex-education group Answer, told the New York Times in 2012. "It’s inevitable." ​
    SO BE PROACTIVE & BE CAREFUL WHAT CHANNELS ARE MADE ACCESSIBLE AND READILY AVAILABLE.
  2. Technological measures to solve the problem, such as filtering software, "may be as effective as building a bunker in the sand while the tide rolls in," the Times wrote. ​ ​
    BUT USE IT ANYWAY!​
  3. The best way to broach the subject, one expert told Philly.com, is, "Don’t start by asking their child if they’ve seen sexual images on line; assume that they have." ​

    BE AUTHENTIC AND SINCERE, IT HELPS.

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