I have to agree. The only thing I would add is to keep an eye on what they are
viewing and if anything objectionable comes up, I'd take a minute to discuss it
and how I view it and ask them how they feel about it.
I didn't deny my children the right to read (at that time!) anything, but I
always read it and made time to discuss it. I found their ability to
discriminate quality work from trash became very sophisticated and they needed
less and less oversight.
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On 7/15/99 10:26 AM
The preoccupation with porno seems to be more of an "adult" concern then it
is to children. Understating it is an excellent way of saying it exists,
but little attention need be paid to it.......
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