Parents are unaware of about 80% of what their teen engages in on the internet at home.
Boys as young as 12 are so obsessed with online porn they can’t make it through the school day without fulfilling their “need” to see explicit images, top teachers and academics have warned. This blog was previously posted on https://fightthenewdrug.org/teachers-reporting-that-porn-addicted-12-year-olds-are-having-trouble-in-school/.
Sexual bullying and harassment are part of daily life for many girls growing up as a part of this digital generation. Young girls are speaking out more and more about how these practices have links with pornography—because it’s directly affecting them. This post was previously posted on https://fightthenewdrug.org/sex-before-kissing-15-year-old-girls-dealing-with-boys/.
According to The National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC), at least half had been exposed to online porn. Of this group, almost all (94%) have seen it by age 14. This post was originally posted on https://fightthenewdrug.org/massive-study-reveals-what-kids-are-watching-learning-from-online-porn/.
Your child will have questions about sex. That’s part of being human and growing up, and it is something that should not be ignored, avoided, or shamed. This post was originally posted on https://fightthenewdrug.org/teach-your-kids-about-sex-so-porn-wont/.