One in five of the 700 children surveyed reported to have seen pornographic images that “shocked or upset them.” The survey also reported that 12 percent of those surveyed, had taken part in, or had made, a sexually explicit video."
As mother of four and grandmother of seven children, this has my attention. We need to step up and provide resources that protect our young people, what they accidentally see to what they are naturally curious about. The last blog posted I was promoting Covenant eyes, an excellent resource to filter the accessibility they have with the internet, and you as a parent get an accountability report, not met to shame, but to teach and learn as a family, how destructive this is to their mental well being and future intimate relationships.
"The fact that children are sharing their fears of addiction is not only appaling but needs to be a red flag to parents, public officials, and health experts."