How to Talk to Your Child About Negative Effects of Pornography

It’s not a matter of if kids will see pornography, but when. On the Internet, at any time in every home, any child can see explicit content in just a few clicks.

Since it’s virtually impossible to “porn-proof ” your family, how can parents teach young people how to avoid it and how to manage accidental exposure to it?

Pervasive Pornography

It is estimated that 30% of all data transferred on the Internet is pornographic and that all the 400,000-plus pornographic websites had about 450 million visitors a month combined—more than the monthly viewership of Netflix, Amazon, and Twitter combined.

Parents need to talk with their children about sex and pornography before they become teenagers. 

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