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December 2015

Pornography Use Again Linked To Support of Violence Against Women

A recent study (click here to read it) has corroborated past research indicating that men who use pornography are more likely to support violence against women.   Researchers randomly selected 200 Danish young adults and measured levels of agreeableness, past pornography consumption, and their attitudes about violence towards women. The relationship between pornography consumption and

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“Annoying” Social Media Habits: Parental Crime or Parental Necessity?

A recent article on The Guardian detailed “The 10 worst parental crimes on social media.” Written by two 14 year old girls, the article lists 10 things parents on social media do that their teenagers find particularly annoying. However, as any parent knows, just because your child finds a certain rule (or practice) annoying does

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Do You Need to Talk to Your Daughter About Pornography?

YES!   Somewhere along the way, our culture decided only guys use pornography. While it’s true that men are more attracted to traditional, visual pornography (ie pictures and videos), more and more women are using pornography both with others and alone. Recent statistics say that 17% of women are addicted to pornography. That’s about one

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Talking to Your Young Children About Pornography

Too many parents, when picturing talking to kids about pornography, imagine gathering teenagers around them for a conversation about sexuality, addiction, and violence. However, statistics indicate that that the average age of initial exposure to pornography is eleven years old. Other anecdotal evidence reports that many children see pornography as young as second grade. Clearly,

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