When Your Child is Looking at Porn

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When you find your child or teenager has been looking at porn, how should you talk to him or her about it? Download this step-by-step guide for Christian parents to help you teach your children about harms and false messages of pornography.

4 thoughts on “My Daughter Has Been Looking at Porn: Advice to Christian Parents

  1. Any book suggestions for the teens that have been watching sexually explicit material and videos? Please help… I want to help my teen daughter!

    • How old is your daughter? How much have you conversed with her about sex and sexual purity in the past? How long has she been looking at this material?

      I have a few thoughts but I’d like to get more information first.

  2. If my kids are 14 or older, I see no harm in letting them watch porn if they enjoy it, as long as it is not obsessive or that the porn they’re watching is violent or abusive. Most kids have hit puberty at that stage and understand that their sexual desires need to be relieved. And it should be relieved in a safe manner, whether it with or without porn. Porn can serve as an alternative or placeholder prior to the introduction of real sex with a human being. Most people who have watched porn can learn sexual techniques and usually make better partners than those who don’t. There is nothing bad about watching porn as long as it stays within the realm of sex and not of a violent or abusive nature.

    • I am inclined to disagree with you on two grounds. First, studies show that porn has a damaging impact on the mind even when it isn’t violent, and second, most of the top-selling pornography available today that is violent.

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