I was a teen in the 1960’s. That is supposedly when America discovered free love, but I suspect the so-called Sexual Revolution has more to do with the American mass media using sex to sell merchandise and the absence of Godly instruction for young people.
At the beginning of the 1960’s, pornography was difficult to find. Playboy Magazine, started in 1953 with a Centerfold of Marilyn Monroe was out there, but the Internet did not exist. Today we rate Playboy as soft porn. Then? I don’t think I understood the distinction between soft porn and hard porn until Hustler Magazine was introduced in the 1970’s.
Because of the Internet, we now speak of addiction to pornography. Hence, parents have what we can rightly think of as something of a new problem. Parents need to teach their children to discipline their viewing habits on the Internet.
Many parents, on the other hand, either are teleworking or doing necessary things around the house, thus increasing the time kids are alone on their computers, phones or tablets.
That, according to Donna Rice Hughes, CEO of “Enough is Enough” (www.enough.org), the anti-pornography nonprofit, opens the door for kids to access hard porn on the internet. For instance, Pornhub hosts content that shows women and children, victims of sex trafficking, being raped and exploited. Right in their own homes, kids can view sexual assault, sexual violence, anal sex and more at the hands of on-line porn dealers!
Hughes went on to say that kids as young as 10 make up 25% of porn users in the under-18…
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