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Oct 15 '20 at 18:40 comment added stan Again, "talk about things that you don't like with them, especially why you don't like that, so they can understand and learn, and maybe they will teach you something new as well." does NOT work with a toddler, they don't have the capacity to have such conversations. My daughter is only just almost able to string 4 words together, and is chanting "lightbulb" 20 times a day, she is in no position to have any kind of dialogue about what she sees on youtube, (which is presently, nothing at all). This is bad, dangerous advice.
Oct 15 '20 at 18:36 comment added stan -1 because these children are too young (the one is a toddler, IE, younger than THREE YEARS OLD). I totally am all for loosening control when a child gets older, but "if they are younger they have a natural disinterested, and often disgust against erotic material" is just blatantly wrong (children are naturally curious) and neglecting to control a child's environment to ensure they don't have access to porn at such a young age is simply disgusting.
Nov 28 '16 at 18:16 history edited Etaila CC BY-SA 3.0
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Nov 28 '16 at 12:47 comment added Etaila Yes, there is no age limit, the limit is the interest of the children. If they are younger they have a natural disinterested, and often disgust against erotic material, and if it goes to rude behaviour, you have to be the one that shows disgust and distaste. If you wait, you are taking a big risk, often theirs not yours. As an example, I had a friend whose parents wanted to wait with telling her about sex till she was 12. She got pregnant about three months before she became 12. Also you have the most influence before puberty, after that your control is limited, so use the time before.
Nov 28 '16 at 12:35 comment added Acire Does this still apply with children as young as toddlers?
Nov 28 '16 at 11:21 history answered Etaila CC BY-SA 3.0