"If I was a parent, I'd want to establish that relationship with my kid and to actually be honest with them and talk to them, and say, 'I went through this, and even seeing pornography once can just hurt you so much. Seeing little pictures can put all these things in your mind.' It's just horrible."
— Aaron, Age 19
First, try to:
Keep the lines of communication open by listening to what your kids say and what they don’t say.
How to Talk to Your Kids About Pornography (book from Educate and Empower Kids)
PureFreedom.org (places special emphasis on helping moms raise their tween girls to be sexually pure, modest and emotionally whole teen girls)
White Ribbon Week A program for elementary schools that help children become safe online through media literacy. As they participate in White Ribbon Week, children learn new skills that help them avoid harmful media and use technology for good.
Culture Reframed Parents Program Culture Reframed understands how daunting it can be to raise kids in a culture where they are bombarded with sexual images, including porn. That’s why they created a Parents Program, which provides a complete best practice toolkit, which will give you the skills and knowledge you need to raise porn-resilient kids.