In this edition of SchoolTV – ONLINE PORNOGRAPHY
Experts say that the internet is sexualising kids too soon. It is making it easier for children to engage with pornography, both by choice and inadvertently. Regrettably, this is forcing parents to have the ‘birds and bees’ chat with their children at a very young age.
With the rise of social media and online porn, many parents are alarmed about protecting the innocence of their children. Unfortunately, what kids are seeing is distorting their idea of sex and intimacy. Parents are encouraged to educate their kids on sex with age-appropriate information.
However, when it comes to having conversations with their kids around pornography, many parents feel ill-equipped. A young person’s brain is highly impressionable and vulnerable to forming addictive patterns of behaviour which can affect their development and even impact their academic performance.
In this edition of SchoolTV, parents will learn strategies on how to have those difficult conversations and what they can do to minimise the negative effects of online pornography.
We hope you take time to reflect on the information offered in this edition of SchoolTV and we always welcome your feedback. If you have any concerns about your child, please contact the school counsellor for further information or seek medical or professional help.
Here is the link to the Online Pornography edition of SchoolTV
Mueller College values your child’s mental health. The SchoolTV initiative provides a range of resources to support you in caring for your family. The College has curated the content, however because the content is not created by Mueller College, there may be small pieces of information which need to be approached with extra discretion.