What to do when your child sees online pornography

Will you know what to do when your child sees online pornography? Think you don’t need to know? Last week we decided that it was highly likely your child will view online porn, either by accident, curiosity, or at the encouragement of an an older sibling or friend. We also came to the conclusions that the pornography our children are likely viewing, is often very hard core, sometimes violent in nature, often involving an imbalance of power, and basically not at all reflective of how we want them to view their sexuality and their intimate relationships.

It’s all a bit yuck really. Quite awkward and something many of us wish would just go away. But despite our best efforts, the research tells us this is something that we need to address, despite our deep desire to bury our head deep in the sand.

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