Talking to Our Kids About Porn
There has never been a non-awkward conversation about pornography between a parent and a child. Yet in today’s world, it’s more a matter of when, not if they will view porn. The average age a child will view internet pornography is 11 years old — kids don’t even need to be looking for porn, it is programmed to find them. Nowadays, having the “porn talk” is something all of us need to do at some point — and the sooner the better. How soon? As soon as they have any access to the internet and that can start very young.
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Good Pictures Bad Pictures
Want a natural and comfortable way to talk to your kids about pornography? This newly revised edition of the original bestseller makes that daunting discussion easy! Good Pictures Bad Pictures is a read-aloud story about a mom and dad who explain what pornography is, why it’s dangerous, and how to reject it.
Featuring easy-to-understand science and simple analogies, this internationally-acclaimed book engages young kids to porn-proof their own brains.
Even young children have access to the internet and they deserve to be armed early against its dangers.
Good Pictures Bad Pictures Jr. makes it easy for parents to protect young children ages 3-6 with the Turn, Run & Tell plan!