#ParentTalk emphasises the urgent need for parents to get educated about the devastating impact of pornography exposure on their children’s lives – and not only today, but their future adult lives as well!
“Pornography is a social toxin that destroys relationships, steals innocence, erodes compassion, breeds violence and kills love.” – Dr. Antoinette Basson of the Youth Research Unit of the Bureau of Market Research at the University of South Africa, referencing the National Center on Sexual Exploitation, 2018
Research shows that pornography – even non-hardcore pornography – is severely detrimental to the physiological and psychological health of both children and adults. Parents need to know that these harmful effects are significantly greater – i.e. worse – on children because their brain matter and capacity are still developing.