5 Secrets that Make It Easy to Talk to Kids about Porn

By Hysen Sisco

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By Kristen A. Jenson, author of Good Pictures Bad Pictures: Porn-Proofing Today’s Young Kids

Who wants to talk to their kids about pornography? (Hmm…I don’t see anyone raising their hands!)

How do you even begin to approach this difficult topic? It’s easy to put off even though you know your kids are growing up in a pornified world, one that teaches warped views of sexuality and pulls kids into life-altering sexual addictions.

But here’s the good news! Follow these five tips and you’ll be surprised how easy and comfortable these conversations can be.

1. Put on your science lab coat

Don’t have one? Hated chemistry in high school? No problem. The point is this: Treat the discussion about pornography like you would a talk about why the sun moves across the sky or where the birds go in the winter or why you need to stop at the curb and look for cars. Banish the shame and embarrassment and focus on the simple facts.

2. Give kids a basic definition

Your first task is to choose a time and place to define what pornography is. In our read-aloud book Good Pictures Bad Pictures; Porn-Proofing Today’s Young Kids, a mom invites her young son to look at …read more

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