Ditch the Dread! 5 Tips to Help Parents Start the Conversation about Porn

Love all of your articles. Parents can help their children use their concrete thinking to “name it when they see it.” Once they engage their cognitive thinking brain to name it and avoid it, they are strengthening their resistance to porn. This is the opposite of grooming kids for sex.

Many schools are teaching pornographic sex ed to children to somehow prevent sexual abuse and teen sex. It is only grooming them for sex and exploitation. Planned Parenthood Sex Ed, in many schools, is promoting sex by teaching the pleasures of sex and sexual foreplay techniques under the guise of “safe sex.”

Every parent and teacher should buy your book.

PornProof Kids™

by Kristen A. Jenson

Making Conversations about Porn More Comfortable

5 Tips to Help Parents StartYou know it’s the right thing to do. You may even have a book to help you. You want to help your kids safely navigate the dangers of their digital world. But you just can’t bring yourself to start talking with them about (YIKES!) pornography.

Some parents are comfortable speaking right up about online safety and the brain dangers of porn. But others are not. It’s anxiety-producing! And easy to put off.

Recently I spoke to a mom who attended one of my PornProof Kids 101 presentations. She told me that she had already purchased our book Good Pictures Bad Pictures, but was hoping for a little “hand-holding” to help her get started.

So that’s what we’ll do today—a little hand-holding! Here are five tips, plus some bonus advice from a mom of four who overcame her…

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