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2015 in review

       Last week we shared how it’s not too young to start talking about pornography with your student (whether they’re male or female).  If you missed it, CLICK HERE to view the article.  In case it didn’t register that ELEVEN is the average age of the first exposure to internet porn, here are some other stats to rattle your cage and get the ball rolling in talking to your student about sex.  These stats are a good reminder that a small sin in the dark can turn into a nightmare of issues in the light:

  • The amount of porn viewed on PornHub in 2015 ALONE is equaled to every person on the face of the earth viewing 12 videos each.
  • The most popular search on this site in 2015 was “step mom” and not far behind was “step sister” porn.
  • This particular porn site was visited an average of 6,700 times… PER SECOND 

Click on the article below to check out more astounding facts about PornHub’s 2015 review.

Discussion Questions with MS students: (Same as last week) What's your experience like with this sort of thing? What kinds of things are your friends doing? Have you ever accidentally run into these types of images online? How did you handle it?

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Bring Back the Monkey

       In High School, when we went to blocked internet sites, this little monkey popped up shaking his head "no," telling us we weren't allowed to go there.  Usually I was online filtering through music videos, ESPN, or joke websites, but occasionally when I clicked on one of those sites I would "get the monkey."

       In today's world, one of the most damaging and relevant things today within the student (and adult) culture is the ability to view free and anonymous pornography. And most times, the monkey probably isn't there to block it.  Think it’s too early to talk with your student about pornography? IT’S NOT.  According to the Center for Parent/Youth Understanding, “the average age of first exposure to internet pornography is 11.”  In case you didn’t get that, the AVERAGE age of first exposure to internet porn is ELEVEN YEARS OLD. ELEVEN is the AVERAGE…meaning many of our kids view it earlier than that. Not in 8th grade.  Not in High School.  And not college.  ELEVEN.  For a few brief stats and effects on porn as well as what to do about it, click on the link below.

Discussion Questions with MS students: What's your experience like with this sort of thing? What kinds of things are your friends doing? Have you ever accidentally run into these types of images online? How did you handle it?

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