Porn Proof Your Child

Recommended web sites for parents
Common Sense Media - Reviews for what your kids want to watch (before they watch it)
Helping Families Make Smart Internet and TV Choices
Enough Is Enough - Includes statistics and information for both parents and children specific to pornography on the Internet
Safe Families: Keeping Children Safe Online - Includes safety tips and some Internet education for parents, a Family Safety Pledge sample, and free downloadable Internet filter and parental controls as well as filtering software reviews
Safe Kids - Contains detailed information about social networking which is another means of distributing pornography; includes video and audio slide shows for parents on how to set up a MySpace account and Vista parental controls and offers free email newsletter on latest technological advances and issues that affect kids' safety
Net Family News - Provides the latest news on technology as it applies to kids; though not limited to pornography, the email newsletter often includes news tidbits that relate to porn.
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Parents Television Council - Provides parents with the tools they need to make informed television viewing decisions and works to promote and restore responsibility and decency to the entertainment industry; offers a Family Guide to Prime Time Television and movie reviews, as well as other parental helps.
Battle Plan Ministries - Has a "FAMILY" tab with resources for parents who need a battle plan against the onslaught of sexually oriented media in our culture.

The Ultimate Guide to Safe Online Browsing provides information to help you make wise choices about your browser and browsing habits.

Internet filters and review sites
Cyber Patrol Filter - Lists common acronyms and emoticons used in text messaging, Instant Messaging, etc.
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Other organizations battling pornography
Search their web sites for information specific to parents and children
National Center on Sexual Exploitation

Recommended reading

Protecting Your Child in an X-Rated World by Frank York and Jan LaRue (Tyndale House Publishers: 2002)

Logged On and Tuned Out: A Non-Techie’s Guide to Parenting a Tech-Savvy Generation by Vicki Courtney (Broadman & Holman Books: 2007)

Family Survival in an X-Rated World by Adrian Rogers and Steve Rogers (Broadman & Holman Publishers: 2005)

Talking to Your Kids About Sex by Mark Laaser, Ph.D. (Waterbrook Press: 1999)


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