We are facing an epidemic of pornography on the net of which the repercussions are still not fully understood. In fact it is frightening. With the click of a mouse, anyone, at any age, at any time can view porn online.

Governments are still tied up by the “it’s a free-speech issue” argument. The porn industry has managed to hold onto the theory that porn is victimless entertainment which involves only an individual and the consenting adults who participate. The law has yet to meet up with reality sufficient reason for technology. In a world where anyone can produce and upload porn videos or images, the web is becoming filled to the brim with hardcore pornography and disturbing content that nobody should be exposed to, let alone our children!

A written report from the Witherspoon Institute in Princeton, N.J.,entitled, “The Social Costs of Pornography” points to new social science and brain research, and finds evidence that pornography causes multifaceted harms and warns that people will pay the price for this.

Porn is teaching negative behaviors and attitudes towards sexuality. And while for adults this can be a big problem, for children which are seeing it, it is just a disaster that can impact their capability to have almost any healthy sexual relationship if they grow up.

There is no amount of education or warning that can prevent children from viewing pornography on the web today. The average child will see porn by age eleven online. Children are curious, children share links by email, by chat, on smart phones… The only real solution today is to install a porn filter on each computer that your child has access to. In the home, friends, grandparents, school, the library, make sure a porn filter is installed using the pc. Demand it. It will not go away if you ignore it. 21Sextreme trailers