Please verify

Watch LIVE

Kids younger and younger are exposed to pornography -- yes, parents -- even yours


Would you invite a stranger into your kids bedroom? The internet is a strange and sometimes sinister world we often put into the hands of minors. As parents, what does it look like to live in this world yet protect our children and young adults from harmful things like instant access to porn?

You are invited to explore this issue with "DOCK 2" host Tracy Levinson  and pastor and coach Jon Brooks. Jon has heard of children as young as fifth grade exploring pornography.

Ninety-three percent of boys and 62.1 percent of girls have seen online pornography before age 18. Thirty-two percent of teens admit to intentionally accessing nude or pornographic content online. Of these, 43 percent do so on a weekly basis, according to Covenent Eyes 2015 Pornography Statistics.

Parents have to be aware of this "pretty ugly stuff,"Jon said, because their kids already are. Online safety apps are not enough because kids can get around them.

Who owns the phone your child looks at anyway? How does personal privacy apply to parenting?

To see more from Tracy, visit her channel on TheBlaze.

Most recent
All Articles