Latter-day Saint Life

New Church Video Tackles What Children Should Know about Pornography


Children speak about the dangers of pornography and how to react to it in a video posted by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

In the video — "What Should I Do When I See Pornography?" — pornography is defined as "bad pictures of people with little or no clothes on." Children in the video explain why pornography is harmful by discussing how the brain reacts.

The video presents a three-step process for children to follow if they see a pornographic image: First, call it what it is. Second, turn it off and turn away. Third, talk to a trusted adult.

With a few clicks and taps on a cell phone or computer a curious child can find themelseves with an endless supply of addicting pornagrpahy.  Unfortuntley many children are being exposed to this new drug without realizing how much of an effect this can be on their developing minds. Good Pictures Bad Pictures helps childtren learn along side their parents the seriousness and danger of pornography in a comfortable,easy to learn way. 


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