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FRONT PAGE  |  11/29/2014
TUESDAY, MAY 21, 2013  |  15 comments  |  1 commentary
Study: Children Start Watching Porn at Age 6

Kids start watching porn online from as early as the age of 6—and are flirting on the Internet from the age of 8—according to a Bitdefender marketing study of over 19,000 parents worldwide.

The antivirus company’s marketing research shows that the age of kids accessing instant messaging and computer games is decreasing. Some 3.45 percent of children chatting with friends via instant message and 2 percent of computer game addicts are 5 years old.

Bitdefender also reveals some children lie about their age when creating social network profiles, especially on Facebook, where they must be at least 13 to sign up. Almost a quarter of the kids in the study had at least one social network account at age 12, while 17 percent were social media users at age 10. ...


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Unprofitable Servant | Georgia  Find all comments by Unprofitable Servant
San Jose John wrote:
Yeah. More trouble for the grandma too who, thankfully, is crazy about the grand kids; but mom still has to plan it and complicates her day more than usual.
But it is great to see someone putting into practice both watching and praying, adding works to their faith. Proverbs 4:15 (KJV) "Avoid it, pass not by it, turn from it, and pass away."
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News Item5/24/13 6:52 PM
San Jose John | San Jose, CA  Find all comments by San Jose John
Unprofitable Servant wrote:
Me would think that the inconvenience is for grandma, that would actually be a help to mom.
Yeah. More trouble for the grandma too who, thankfully, is crazy about the grand kids; but mom still has to plan it and complicates her day more than usual.
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News Item5/24/13 6:39 PM
Unprofitable Servant | Georgia  Find all comments by Unprofitable Servant
San Jose John wrote:
Exactly the reason my pastor's wife was unable to take her young boys shopping with her, causing the major inconvenience of having to have grandma come over and watch the kids while mommy shopped.
Me would think that the inconvenience is for grandma, that would actually be a help to mom.
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News Item5/24/13 6:32 PM
San Jose John | San Jose, CA  Find all comments by San Jose John
Mr b wrote:
You can't even food shop. With out passing a magazine with a scantily clad women on the cover...
Exactly the reason my pastor's wife was unable to take her young boys shopping with her, causing the major inconvenience of having to have grandma come over and watch the kids while mommy shopped.
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News Item5/22/13 1:37 PM
Prov26.5  Find all comments by Prov26.5
sameness wrote:
Since we're born totally depraved we're already "messed up." How can a generation be any worse than the baseline human condition?
You don't understand 'total depravity'. 'Total' applies to every aspect of man. 'Total' does not mean as depraved as can be in degree. But, the term 'Depraved' does admit of degrees!
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News Item5/22/13 1:33 PM
sameness  Find all comments by sameness
Since we're born totally depraved we're already "messed up." How can a generation be any worse than the baseline human condition?
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Bee B | here  Find all comments by Bee B
I fear how messed up the next generation is going to be.
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News Item5/22/13 7:41 AM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
The more I think about this, the more unbelievable it seems. I figured early teens but had no idea that children that young were viewing and/or even interested in this sort of thing. I didn't start learning about things until I was around 13 or so.
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News Item5/21/13 7:15 PM
Frank  Contact via emailFind all comments by Frank
jamesc wrote:
The definition of pornography has changed/degenerated over the years. What you commonly see on the magazine racks at the grocery stores or what some people wear at the beach would be considered pornography or indecent 50 years ago. So, in essence, our kids are seeing 'porn' every day. This is a debauched culture that worships the god of sex. I often use the surveys at grocery stores to complain about the filthy magazines. Somebody has to. I have not had the courage to take one of these magazines up to the manager for a discussion about common sense and decency. It is definitely difficult as a Christian man to live a sanctified life with this refuse everywhere. Almost have to walk around with your head down these days.
Well said and I agree fully with you.
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News Item5/21/13 6:51 PM
jamesc | Fallbrook, CA  Find all comments by jamesc
The definition of pornography has changed/degenerated over the years. What you commonly see on the magazine racks at the grocery stores or what some people wear at the beach would be considered pornography or indecent 50 years ago. So, in essence, our kids are seeing 'porn' every day. This is a debauched culture that worships the god of sex. I often use the surveys at grocery stores to complain about the filthy magazines. Somebody has to. I have not had the courage to take one of these magazines up to the manager for a discussion about common sense and decency. It is definitely difficult as a Christian man to live a sanctified life with this refuse everywhere. Almost have to walk around with your head down these days.
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News Item5/21/13 3:07 PM
Mr b  Find all comments by Mr b
You're right San Jose John . My nephew in North Carolina was caught on his mothers computer looking at porn at a young age. It's sad that we are constantly bombarded with lust filled images more now than ever before. You can't even food shop. With out passing a magazine with a scantily clad women on the cover and forget about tv. And I hear tv is gonna get even worse. My wife and I saw an article on Fox News about tv becoming more explicit.
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News Item5/21/13 1:56 PM
San Jose John | San Jose, CA  Find all comments by San Jose John
We have to hide or lock up our laptops in the evening whenever my nephews and nieces visit. Otherwise they'll go on-line looking for porn after we go to bed.

Six years old sounds about right.

I myself couldn't have been more than 5 years old when I "discovered" that I like women. My parents and older siblings were watching some variety show back in the late 60s which featured scantily clad women, which I also saw.

It's never too early to protect your kids from all the "skin" that's out there in print and on video.

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News Item5/21/13 6:45 AM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
I heard my 9yr old neice say something that I thought only much older girls knew...about doing something to herself. I was horrified and told her mom and grandmother. Why didn't I mention her father? Well, not knowing I was overhearing it all, she said it very loudly 3x and he didn't say a word. I was shocked and made sure everyone knew about that as well. Haven't seen him since but I'm sure he won't be speaking to me for a while.
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News Item5/21/13 6:17 AM
what they are watching  Find all comments by what they are watching
Most 10 year olds know how to circumvent any of this software. Many have 4G handhelds which have no content blocking.

Scott McMahan wrote:
This study was paid for by a company which sells a parental control software program, so I don't know how much stock I would put in it. They have a financial interest in making the world a scary place.
http://www.bitdefender.com/solutions/parental-control.html
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News Item5/21/13 5:56 AM
Scott McMahan | Internet  Protected NameFind all comments by Scott McMahan
This study was paid for by a company which sells a parental control software program, so I don't know how much stock I would put in it. They have a financial interest in making the world a scary place.

http://www.bitdefender.com/solutions/parental-control.html

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