Healthy Parental Boundaries to Protect Children from Internet Pornography
There are many wonderful ways children, tweens and teenagers use the internet. Communication with others is seemingly limitless, knowledge about hobbies, sports, just about anything, can be increased, news about world events is delivered instantaneously and information can be accessed for school/research (anyone remember encyclopedias?). There are also dangers from which children and young people need to be protected, specifically pornography.
Pornography is easily accessible to everyone anytime. It is not like the old days, when a person had to go to an actual "brick and mortar" store where "dirty magazines" were covered with paper and hidden away-not in plain sight. Today, it is a click away on the internet.
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